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The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Religion (Oxford Handbooks in Philosophy)

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Dean Moyar (forthcoming, ) “Hegel and Aesthetics,” article commissioned for The Palgrave Handbook of German Idealism, ed. Matthew C. Altman (forthcoming, ). He has edited or co-edited the following: The Oxford Handbook of Religious Diversity (Oxford University Press, ), Debating Christian Theism (Oxford University Press, ), with Paul Moser, The Cambridge Companion to the Problem of Evil (Cambridge University Press, ), and with Charles Taliaferro, The History of Evil (Routledgein.