In the early years of the twentieth century, Rudolf Otto has developed in various writings, and especially in his book Naturalistische und religiöse Weltansicht (1904), a critical confrontation with contemporary naturalism. Although this part of Otto’s work is scarcely taken into consideration by the scholars, it is of significant interest both for today’s philosophy of religion and theology. The article explains Otto’s critique of naturalism, outlines his attempt to find a reconciliation between science and religion, and frames both into the current debate between naturalism and theism.

Il confronto di Rudolf Otto con il naturalismo

Andrea Aguti
2019-01-01

Abstract

In the early years of the twentieth century, Rudolf Otto has developed in various writings, and especially in his book Naturalistische und religiöse Weltansicht (1904), a critical confrontation with contemporary naturalism. Although this part of Otto’s work is scarcely taken into consideration by the scholars, it is of significant interest both for today’s philosophy of religion and theology. The article explains Otto’s critique of naturalism, outlines his attempt to find a reconciliation between science and religion, and frames both into the current debate between naturalism and theism.
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