Kevin Schilbrack

Kevin Schilbrack is Professor and Chair of the Department of Philosophy and Religion at Appalachian State University, which is located in North Carolina in the gorgeous Blue Ridge Mountains. The author of Philosophy and the Study of Religions: A Manifesto (Blackwell 2014), Dr. Schilbrack is presently writing on the relevance of embodied cognition and social ontology for understanding what religion is and how it works.

Contributions by Kevin Schilbrack

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Discourse and the Material World

In his response to our interview with Craig Martin, Kevin Schilbrack critically engages Martin's discussion with regard to discourse and materiality, notions of belief, and the analytical usefulness of the category 'religion'—take a look!

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