This is a presentation of the findings of a 2016 survey of Reformational scholars. There were a total of 119 respondents; the majority were male, over 25 and living in North America, although there were a significant number from South America. The way they came into contact with Reformational philosophy, what attracted them to it, and what they perceive as its strengths and weaknesses are examined. The respondents were self-selecting and it was accessible only to those who had access to the Internet, but despite this it provides an interesting perspective on Reformational philosophy by those sympathetic to it.
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