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|Named Person:||C S Lewis; C S Lewis|
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|ISBN:||1620323737 9781620323731 0718893115 9780718893118 0718841751 9780718841751|
|Description:||xx, 160 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Part 1: C.S. Lewis and the argument from desire. The argument as presented in selected works of C.S. Lewis ; Defining "joy" as sehnsucht ; Plantinga and Lewis: balancing the mystical and the natural in sehnsucht ; A word on the different forms that the argument can take --
Part 2: Examining Beversluis's objections to the argument. Does Lewis "beg the question"? ; Does the quality of sehnsucht lack innateness? ; If "joy" is so natural and desirable then why did Lewis run away from it? ; Does the concept of sehnsucht contradict the Bible? ; Why do some people never experience what C.S. Lewis calls "joy"? --
Part 3: Haunted by desire. Echoes and evidences of the second premise ; Imagination and the heart's deep need for a happy ending ; In the defense of beauty ; Lewis, Leisure, and sehnsucht --
Part 4: Concerning the conclusion of the argument from desire. The evolutionary objection ; Is there a human gene for sehnsucht? --
Appendix: the end of human desire.
|Responsibility:||Joe Puckett, Jr. ; foreword by Mark Linville.|
"Among the various arguments for the existence of God through the centuries, perhaps the most neglected and unknown is the argument from human desire. ... Puckett presents the salient elements of the