Biografía de John Hick

¿Quién fue John Hick?

John Dudley Hick was a philosopher and theologian, best known for his writing on the philosophy of religion. His work has influenced scholars and thinkers worldwide.

Hick was born in 1919 in Guildford, Surrey, England. He spent his early years in London and was educated at Oxford University. He later moved to the United States, where he taught at a number of institutions, including Claremont Graduate University, the University of Southern California, and Drew University.

Hick’s work is wide-ranging, but his most influential ideas are found in his writings on the philosophy of religion. In particular, Hick is known for his work on the problem of evil and theodicy. He also wrote extensively on religious pluralism and the relationship between religion and science.

Hick’s work has attracted criticism from both atheists and theists alike. However, his ideas have also been praised by many scholars and thinkers. Hick died in 2012 at the age of 93..

Escrito por: Gonzalo Jiménez

Licenciado en Filosofía en la Universidad de Granada (UGR), con Máster en Filosofía Contemporánea en la Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM)
Desde 2015, se ha desempeñado como docente universitario y como colaborador en diversas publicaciones Académicas, con artículos y ensayos. Es aficionado a la lectura de textos antiguos y le gustan las películas y los gatos.

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