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Philosophy of religion is philosophical reflection on religion.
It is as old as philosophy itself and has been a standard part of Western philosophy in every period (see Religion, history of philosophy of).
This distinction reflects the unease of an earlier period in analytic philosophy, during which philosophers felt that reflection on religion was philosophically respectable only if it confined itself to mere theism and abstracted from all particular religions; anything else was taken to be theology, not philosophy.
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