Keith Yandell

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Not to be confused with Keith Yandle.

Keith Yandell is a philosopher of religion and professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

Yandell earned his Ph.D. from Ohio State University. He is currently a full professor in the Philosophy Department of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, as well as a Professor in South Asian Studies. His fields of expertise include: History of Modern Philosophy, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, Indian Philosophy.

He is the author of several works, including: "Basic Issues in the Philosophy of Religion"; "Christianity and Philosophy";[1] "Hume's Inexplicable Mystery"; "Philosophy of Religion"; and "The Epistemology of Religious Experience". He is also the editor of several anthologies, including: "God, Man and Religion"; "Problems in Philosophical Inquiry"; and (with W.H. Hay and William Courtenay) "Ockham, Descartes and Hume" (collected essays of J. R. Weinberg). He has published essays on Anselm, miracles, and religious language; as well as a series of articles on the problem of evil; a series of articles on the epistemic status of religious experience; a series of articles on Hume's philosophy of religion; a series of articles on the supposed ineffability of religious beings or experiences; a series of articles on Indian philosophy; and a series of articles on religion and morality. He is currently working on metaphysical issues in the philosophy of religion and on religious pluralism.

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  1. ^ Judeo-Christian concept study pushed by philosophy scholars. Kentucky New Era. September 16, 1963.