Bewilderment and thereafter: Some reflections in response to Lee Yearley

Journal of Religious Ethics 38 (3):461-467 (2010)
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The following reflections were originally an oral response to issues raised in Lee Yearley's presentation in May 2009 at Harvard Divinity School. As written here, they follow upon his oral and now written comments, highlighting key issues and points for development, drawing on this respondent's expertise in comparative and Hindu studies

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