On the Recent Trend of Exploring Bias and Partisanship in Philosophy of Religion: Links

The recently noted post at NewAPPs is part of a larger trend in evaluating analytic philosophy of religion's current state of health. Below are links to some recent work and discussion on the topic:

Bourget and Chalmers' PhilSurveys results
Helen De Cruz's investigations.
Leiter's key post on Templeton funding.
J.L. Schellenberg's "Philosophy of Religion: A State of the Profession Report"
Paul Draper and Ryan Nichols' paper, "Diagnosing Bias in Philosophy of Religion"
Klaas Kraay's "Method and Madness in Contemporary Analytic Philosophy of Religion"
The special forthcoming issue of The Monist on cognitive science of religion includes papers on the topic.

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