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The miracle of theism : arguments for and against the existence of God

著者: J L Mackie
出版商: Oxford [Oxfordshire] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1982.
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In The Miracle of Theism, J.L. Mackie examines the arguments for and against the existence of God from an atheistic perspective. John Mackie is a highly respected twentieth century philosopher and along with Anthony Flew has been one of the most capable contemporary proponents of atheism. Written almost a quarter of a century ago, "The Miracle of Theism" remains a classic in the field of religious philosophy and is  再读一些...
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ISBN: 019824665X 9780198246657 019824682X 9780198246824
OCLC号码: 8306805
描述: 268 pages ; 22 cm
内容: Miracles and testimony. Hume's argument : exposition ; Hume's argument : discussion --
Descartes and the idea of God. The argument of the Third Meditation : exposition ; The argument of the Third Meditation : discussion --
Ontological arguments. Descartes's proof and Kant's criticism ; Anselm's ontological proof and Gaunilo's reply ; Plantinga's ontological proof --
Berkeley's God and immaterial realism. Berkeley's theism : exposition ; Berkeley's theism : discussion --
Cosmological arguments. Contingency and sufficient reason ; The regress of causes ; Finite past time and creation ; Swinburne's inductive cosmological argument --
Moral arguments for the existence of a God. A popular line of thought ; Newman : conscience as the creative principle of religion ; Kant : God as a presupposition of morality ; Sidgwick : the duality of practical reason ; God and the objectivity of value --
The argument from consciousness --
Arguments for design. Hume's Dialogues : exposition ; Hume's Dialogues : discussion ; Swinburne's restatement --
The problem of evil. Survey of the problem ; Attempts to sidestep the problem ; The paradox of omnipotence ; The free will defence ; Digression : the nature of free will ; The free will defence : continued --
Religious experience and natural histories of religion. The varieties of religious experience ; Natural histories of religion --
Belief without reason. Pascal's wager ; William James and the will to believe ; Kierkegaard and the primacy of commitment --
Religion without belief? --
Replacements for God --
Conclusions and implications. The challenge of nihilism ; The balance of probabilities ; The moral consequences of atheism.
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In The Miracle of Theism, J.L. Mackie examines the arguments for and against the existence of God from an atheistic perspective. John Mackie is a highly respected twentieth century philosopher and along with Anthony Flew has been one of the most capable contemporary proponents of atheism. Written almost a quarter of a century ago, "The Miracle of Theism" remains a classic in the field of religious philosophy and is widely considered to be one of the best-stated arguments for atheism in print. Unfortunately, many popular works supporting the atheistic perspective come across as unduly angry and self-righteous. In contrast, Mackie's work is a much-needed breath of fresh air. One may disagree with Mackie while at the same time respecting his views.

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