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USJ Professor selected to edit Cambridge University Press Handbook

12/14/2020

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Dec

Professor Tyler Dalton McNabb, Philosophy professor in the Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) has been appointed as one of three co-editors for a new handbook by Cambridge University Press.



Professor Tyler Dalton McNabb, Philosophy professor in the Faculty of Religious Studies and Philosophy at the University of Saint Joseph (USJ) has been appointed as one of three co-editors for a new handbook by Cambridge University Press. Together with Profs John Greco of Georgetown University and Jonathan Fuqua of Conception Seminary, Prof. McNabb will be editing the Cambridge Handbook to Religious Epistemology, to be published in 2022. The Handbook brings together the thought of twenty-three leading scholars in the area of the truth claims that can be made for religious knowledge, and its relation to belief and practice, and will seek to explore and advance cutting-edge material in the field.

The Cambridge Handbooks have become a globally recognised standard of a complete state-of-the-field overview of a major discipline within the humanities language study, law, and psychological science research. Appointment to edit a Cambridge Handbook is widely acknowledge as recognition that an individual is a globally-leading scholar in a particular field.

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