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Logical analysis and contemporary theism.


New York, Fordham University Press, 1972.
ISBN 0823209407

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Subjects Analysis (Philosophy).
Logical positivism.
Theism.
Description xi, 337 p. 23 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents On proofs for the existence of God, by J. F. Ross.--Two criticisms of the cosmological argument, by W. L. Rowe.--The argument from design, by R. G. Swinburne.--The claims of religious experience, by H. J. N. Horsburgh.--Ineffability, by W. P. Alston.--The divine simplicity, by D. C. Bennett.--Necessary being, by J. H. Hick.--A new theory of analogy, by J. F. Ross.--Hume on evil, by N. Pike.--The perfect goodness of God, by A. Plantinga.--C. B. Martin's contradiction in theology, by W. L. Rowe.--Divine foreknowledge and human freedom, by A. Kenny.--Some puzzles concerning omnipotence, by G. I. Mavrodes.--The paradox of the stone, by C. W. Savage.--Creation ex nihilo, by J. Donnelly.--The miraculous, by R. F. Holland.--On miracles, by P. J. Dietl.--The tacit structure of religious knowing, by J. H. Gill.--On the observability of the self, by R. M. Chisholm.--Re-examining Kierkegaard's "Teleological suspension of the ethical," by J. Donnelly.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00303967
(OCoLC)303967
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