Dewi Zephaniah Phillips (24 November 1934 – 25 July 2006), known as D. Z. Phillips, Dewi Z, Dizzy, or simply DZ, was a Welsh philosopher. He was a leading proponent of the Wittgensteinian philosophy of religion
Dewi Zephaniah Phillips (24 November 1934 – 25 July 2006), known as D. He was a leading proponent of the Wittgensteinian philosophy of religion. He had an academic career spanning five decades, and at the time of his death he held the Danforth Chair in Philosophy of Religion at Claremont Graduate University, California, and was Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Swansea University.
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Dewi Zephaniah Phillips, Welsh philosophy educator. Member of the Gorsedd, National Eisteddfod of Wales. Stocks) Morality and Purpose, 1969, (with Rush Rhees) Without Answers, 1969, (John Anderson) Education and Inquiry, 1980, (with Jakob Fries) Dialogues on Morality and Religion, 1982, (with Peter Winch) Wittgenstein: Attention to Particulars, 1989. Philosophical Investigations Journal, 1982-2006, Swansea Studies in Philosophy, 1989-2006. Contributor numerous articles to professional journals.
Swansea Studies in Philosophy. Philosophy is the struggle for clarity about the contexts of human discourse we engage in. What we need is not theoretical explanation, but clarification and elucidation of what lies before us. Recent returns to theory in many fields of philosophy, involving more and more convoluted attempts to meet inevitable counter-examples to such theories make this need all the more urgent
Z. Phillips, Wittgenstein and Religion - Volume 31 Issue 1 - Brian R. Clack. Approaches to philosophy of religion: contemplating the world or trying to find our way home?.
Z. Religious Studies, Vol. 51, Issue. 02, p. 221. CrossRef. Kroesbergen, Hermen 2015. Superstition’ as a contemplative term: a Wittgensteinian perspective.