Or is it exclusively, “here is how Philosophy looks at Religion”?

Now, a question:
Would this group also be appropriate for Religious Philosophy and Comparative Religious Philosophy?

Or is it exclusively, “here is how Philosophy looks at Religion”?

I mention this, because within each religious discipline are a whole host of other people with methods not so fundamentally different than the processes of philosophy (which is why they are philosophies) but who are excluded from consideration from a secular philosophical point of view to due their perspective being set within a particular tradition.

In short, is it possible for a group such as this to go past, “Let us assume x, y, z is true” regarding a few specifics of a particular religious tradition” – and then continue the pondering from there, or will it be cut off at the root?

 

I ask this, because it’s like listening to the opinions of the SAME 87 or so philosopher’s opinions over and over again; and there have been MANY more people with ideas as well that could prove interesting.

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