Religion, reason and nondirective teaching : a reply to Trevor Cooling

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Religion, reason and nondirective teaching : a reply to Trevor Cooling. / Hand, Michael.

In: Journal of Beliefs and Values, Vol. 35, No. 1, 28.05.2014, p. 79-85.

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abstract = "In other work I have argued that decisions about what to teach directively and what non-directively should be governed by an epistemic criterion. Trevor Cooling has recently advanced some objections to my defence and application of the epistemic criterion and proposed an alternative to it. Here I reply to his objections and comment on his proposed alternative.",
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