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Liberal naturalism is a heterodox form of metaphysical naturalism that lies in the conceptual space between scientific (or reductive) naturalism and supernaturalism. It allows that one can respect the explanations and results of the successful sciences without supposing that the sciences are our only resource for understanding humanity and our dealings with the world and each other. The term was introduced in 2004 by Mario De Caro & and, independently, by . This form of naturalism has been ascribed to Immanuel Kant.

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  • Liberal naturalism is a heterodox form of metaphysical naturalism that lies in the conceptual space between scientific (or reductive) naturalism and supernaturalism. It allows that one can respect the explanations and results of the successful sciences without supposing that the sciences are our only resource for understanding humanity and our dealings with the world and each other. The term was introduced in 2004 by Mario De Caro & and, independently, by . This form of naturalism has been ascribed to Immanuel Kant.
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  • Liberal naturalism is a heterodox form of metaphysical naturalism that lies in the conceptual space between scientific (or reductive) naturalism and supernaturalism. It allows that one can respect the explanations and results of the successful sciences without supposing that the sciences are our only resource for understanding humanity and our dealings with the world and each other. The term was introduced in 2004 by Mario De Caro & and, independently, by . This form of naturalism has been ascribed to Immanuel Kant.
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