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- Offers an analysis of the familiar contrast between the 'natural' and the 'supernatural' domains.
- Explores the idea of expanded nature and develops it in a direction that will accomodate theism.
- Examines non-scientific expansive naturalism, drawing on the work from Akeel Bilgrami, David Wiggins, and John McDowell.
- Involves extended discussion of Levinas's claim that relating to value is both necessary and sufficient for relating to God
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