One of Stephen Bush's research projects attempts to integrate three major understandings of religion: religion as a matter of personal experience, as a matter of symbolic meaning, and as a matter of social and political power.
Another research project concerns torture as a problem in contemporary ethics, especially in relation to democracy and to religion.
He also has research interests in William James' political philosophy as it relates to James' understanding of religion.
Stephen Bush is an assistant professor of religious studies. He has a PhD in religion from Princeton University and a BA in philosophy from Rice University. His interests, broadly speaking, are in theory of religion, philosophy of religion, and religious ethics. He has published in The Philosophical Review, Journal of Religious Ethics, Religious Studies, and Journal of Religion.
STEPHEN BUSH, PhD (Princeton)
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