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宗教多元主義と公共宗教論

著者

保呂 篤彦

雑誌名

哲学・思想論集

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発行年

2018- 03- 28

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Lenn

E.

Goodman,

Religious Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

, New Y ork: Cambridge University Pr ess, 2014, pp.1-2. (Peter Jones, “[Book Review] Lenn E. Goodman, Religious Pluralism and

Ecclesiastical Law Jour

nal Ecclesiastical Law Society), V o lume 19, Issue 1, Januar y 2017, pp.97-99, p.97. 4

Lenn E. Goodman,

Religious Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

, p.2.

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Lenn

E.

Goodman,

Religious Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

, p.2. dogmatism palochialism skepticism ibid. 6 ・ ・ Autobiography , Oxfor

d: Oneworld Pub

lications 2002, p.172.

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John

Hick,

God Has Many Names

: Britain’s New Religious Pluralism

,

London:

Macmillan

1980.

“Living in a Multi-Cultural Society: Practical Reflections of a Theologian

” in: The Expositor y T imes , Januar y 1978. Philadelphi a: The

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John Hick, An Autobiography , p.163. 9 ・ ・

John Hick, An Autobiography , p.163. 10 ・ ・

John

Hick,

An Autobiography

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John Hick,

An Autobiography

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Christian Belief and Inter faith Dialogue Mar xists

Maoists

John

Hick,

An Interpretation of Religion: Human Responses to the T

ranscendent , New Haven and London: Y ale University Pr

ess, 1989, pp.3-5.

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John Hick,

An Autobiography

, p.174.

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Lenn

E.

Goodman,

Religious

Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

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John Hick,

An Interpretation of Religion: Human Responses to the T

ranscendent

, New Haven and London: Y

ale University Pr

ess 1989.

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John Hick,

The New Fr

ontier of Religion and Science: Religious Experience, Neur

oscience and the T

ranscendent

, New Y

ork: Palgrave Macmillan 2010.

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post-axial r

eligion

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John

Hick,

An Interpretation of Religion:

pp.246-249, and Chapter 15 The Personae of the Real (pp.252-277), Chapter 16 Th e 296). 37 W . C . S m ith

, The Meaning and End of Religion

, M in n e ap o lis : F o rt re ss P re ss 1 9 9 1 [o rig . N e w Y o rk : M ac m ill an 1 9 6 2 ], C h ap

Chapter 7 Faith.

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John Hick, An Autobiography , p.262. 39 ・ ・

John

H.

Hick,

Philosophy of Religion

Englewood Clif

fs: Pr

entice Hall 1990, p.112.

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notionally

Lenn E. Goodman,

Religious Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

41 J. H. Hick, “For ewor d ”, in: W . C. Smith,

The Meaning and End of Religion

, Minneapolis: For tr ess Pr ess 1991[orig. New Y ork: 42

J. H. Hick,

“For

ewor

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”, in: W

. C. Smith,

The Meaning and End of Religion

, p.xii.

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John H. Hick,

Philosophy of Religion

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John H. Hick,

Philosophy of Religion

, p.114.

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John H. Hick,

Philosophy of Religion

, p.114.

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J. H. Hick,

“For

ewor

d

”, in: W

. C. Smith,

The Meaning and End of Religion

, Minneapolis: For

tr

ess Pr

ess 1991. [orig. New Y

ork: Macmillan 1962.]

John H. Hick,

Philosophy of Religion

(Fouth Edition

), Englewood Clif

fs: Pr

entice Hall 1990. [2nd Edition 1973.]

John Hick,

God Has Many Names

, Philadelphia: W

estminster Pr

ess 1980.

John

Hick,

An Interpretation of Religion: Human Responses to the T

ranscendent

, New Haven and London: Y

ale University Pr

ess 1989.

John Hick,

An Autobiography

, Oxfor

d: Oneworld Publications 2002.

John Hick,

The New Fr

ontier of Religion and Science: Religious Experience, Neur

oscience and the T

ranscendent

, New Y

ork: Palgrave Macmillan 2010.

Lenn E. Goodman,

Religious Pluralism and V

alues in the Public Sphere

, New Y

ork: Cambridge University Pr

ess, 2014. Peter Jones, “[Book Review] [Lenn E. Goodman,] Religious Pluralism and V alues in the Public Spher e ”, in:

Ecclesiastical Law Jour

nal

(Ecclesiastical

Law

Society),

V

olume 19, Issue 1, Januar

y 2017, pp.97-99.

W

.

C. Smith,

The Meaning and End of Religion

, Minneapolis: For

tr

ess Pr

ess 1991. [orig. New Y

ork: Macmillan 1962.]

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Religious Pluralism and Arguments over Public Religion

Atsuhiko HORO

 Liberal has argued that the public sphere must be secular and that religions should stay in the private sphere. However, the tendency of deprivatization of religion seems to have strengthened in recent years: the Islamic revival around the world, the rise of evangelicals

or fundamentalists in the US. Thereby such an arugument that the effect and influence of religion should be excluded from the public sphere is also gradually being reexamined. By the way, one of the main reasons for the claim that the influence of religion should be

excluded from the public domain is possible social confusion due to the conflict between diverse and different religions. “Religious pluralism” as one of the theories of (christian)

theology of religions or as a theory of philosophy of religion is the theory that attempts to solve the problem of conflict of truth claims based on above mentioned diversity of religion. So, this paper focuses on the theory of J. Hick, a representative theory of the theological and

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