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255 contributors MICHEL DESPLAND is Professor of Religion at Concordia University and a Member of the Royal Society of Canada. His publications include Kant on History and Religion and Reading an Erased Code. GENE FENDT is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Nebraska, Kearney. His publications include For What May I Hope? CHRIS L. FIRESTONE is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Trinity International University. His publications include ‘‘Kant and Religion: Conflict or Compromise?’’ and ‘‘Kant’s Two Perspectives on the Theological Task.’’ ELIZABETH C. GALBRAITH is the Joseph E. McCabe Associate Professor of Religion at Coe College. Her publications include Kant and Theology: Was Kant a Closet Theologian? RONALD M. GREEN is the Eunice and Julian Cohen Professor for the Study of Ethics and Human Values in the Department of Religion and Director of the Ethics Institute at Dartmouth College. His publications include Religious Reason; Religion and Moral Reason; and Kierkegaard and Kant: The Hidden Debt. JOHN E. HARE is the Noah Porter Professor of Philosophical Theology at Yale Divinity School. His publications include The Moral Gap and God’s Call. NATHAN JACOBS is a Ph.D. student in Systematic Theology at Calvin Theological Seminary. GREGORY R. JOHNSON is Visiting Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Swedenborgian Studies at the Pacific School of Religion. He is editor and translator of Kant’s Dreams of a Spirit-Seer and Other Writings on Swedenborg. CHARLES F. KIELKOPF is Professor of Philosophy at Ohio State University. His publications include A Declaration of Dependence: A Kantian Condemnation of Atheistic Despair. Contributors 256 RICHARD W. MAPPLEBECKPALMER is Director of the Grace Institute for Religious Learning and Senior Pastor of Grace North Church in Berkeley, California. He is an Anglican priest and has written widely for various Churchrelated publications. CHRISTOPHER McCAMMON is a Ph.D. student in Philosophy at the University of Nebraska. STEPHEN R. PALMQUIST is Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Hong Kong Baptist University. He is author of Kant’s System of Perspectives : An Architectonic Interpretation of the Critical Philosophy and Kant’s Critical Religion: Volume Two of Kant’s System of Perspectives, and editor and translator of Four Neglected Essays by Immanuel Kant. PHILIP J. ROSSI is Professor of Theology at Marquette University and a member of the Society of Jesus. He is author of Together toward Hope: A Journey to Moral Theology and coeditor of Kant’s Philosophy of Religion Reconsidered. LESLIE STEVENSON is Honorary Reader in Philosophy at University of St. Andrews. His publications include Seven Theories of Human Nature; Ten Theories of Human Nature; and The Metaphysics of Experience. ...


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