Evidence and Faith: Philosophy and Religion Since the Seventeenth Century By Charles Taliaferro. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005, xi + 457 pgs
Reviewed by Jonathan Jacobs, Colgate University
Jonathan Jacobs is a professor of philosophy at Colgate University in New York. He is author of several books including Choosing Character: Responsibility for Virtue and Vice
(Cornell, 2001), Dimensions of Moral Theory: An Introduction to Metaethics and Moral Psychology
(Blackwell, 2002), and Aristotle's Virtues: Nature, Knowledge, and Human Good
(Peter Lang, 2004). He has written widely on moral psychology and metaethics, as well as on topics and figures in medieval philosophy (chiefly Maimonides and Aquinas). He has served as director of the Division of the Humanities at Colgate University and he is a life member of Clare Hall, University of Cambridge. He has been John MacMurray Visiting Professor at the University of Edinburgh, and a visiting fellow at the Centre for Ethics, Philosophy, and Public Affairs at the University of St. Andrews.
Volume 1, Number 2 (Winter 2006) pp. 238–252