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Oxford studies in philosophy of religion. Volume 8

Author: Jonathan L Kvanvig
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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This is the eighth volume of the 'Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion.' As with earlier volumes, these essays follow the tradition of providing a non-sectarian and non-partisan snapshot of the subdiscipline of philosophy of religion.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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(OCoLC)983714248
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jonathan L Kvanvig
ISBN: 9780191844461 0191844462 9780192533609 0192533606
OCLC Number: 988167857
Notes: Includes index.
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Contents: Cover; Oxford Studies in Philosophy of Religion: Volume 8; Copyright; Contents; Editor's Introduction; List of Contributors; 1: Cumulative Case Arguments in Religious Epistemology; I. KNOWLEDGE AND JUSTIFICATION; II. THE LOGIC OF CUMULATIVE CASE ARGUMENTS; III. THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CUMULATIVE CASE ARGUMENTS; IV. THE EPISTEMOLOGY OF CUMULATIVE CASE ARGUMENTS; V. CUMULATIVE GROUNDS FOR THEISTIC CONCLUSIONS; 2: The All-Powerful, Perfectly Good, and Free God; I. OMNIPOTENCE TAKEN IN ISOLATION; I.a. Recent Philosophical Treatments of Omnipotence; I.b. Omnipotence as Possession of All the Powers II. OMNIPOTENCE, GOODNESS, AND FREEDOMII.a. The Puzzle of Omnipotence and Perfect Goodness; II.b. The Puzzle of Perfect Goodness and Freedom; III. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; 3: The Evidential Weight of Social Evil; INTRODUCTION; SOCIAL EVIL: PURE AND IMPURE; SIPHONING: EGOISM; SIPHONING: PARTICULARISM; SIPHONING: CONSEQUENTIALISM; SIPHONING: OTHER STRATEGIES; OBJECTIONS; WHAT'S LEFT?; EVIDENTIAL IMPLICATIONS; CONCLUSION; 4: Sufferer-Centered Requirements on Theodicy and All-Things-Considered Harms; I. INTRODUCTION; II. ADAMS'S AND STUMP'S ACCOUNTS III. THEORETICAL OBJECTIONS TO THE STRONG REQUIREMENTSIV. PRAGMATIC OBJECTIONS TO THE STRONG REQUIREMENTS; V. MODIFYING THE STRONG REQUIREMENTS; 5: Wagering on Pragmatic Encroachment; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. PRAGMATIC ENCROACHMENT; 3. WAGERING ON PRAGMATIC ENCROACHMENT; REFERENCES; 6: Incarnation: The Avatar Model; PROBLEM: THE MIND OF THE INCARNATE SON; SOME ONE-SPHERE VIEWS; THE AVATAR MODEL; ASSESSING THE AVATAR MODEL; APPENDIX: BAYNE ON UNITY AND DISUNITY; 7: The Skeptical Christian; 1. PRELIMINARY REMARKS; 2. ALSTON ON BELIEF, ACCEPTANCE, AND CHRISTIAN FAITH 3. ALSTON'S ILLUSTRATIONS OF ACCEPTANCE AND ITS SIGNIFICANCE FOR CHRISTIAN FAITH4. AN ALTERNATIVE POSITIVE COGNITIVE ATTITUDE FOR THE SKEPTICAL CHRISTIAN; 5. AN ALSTONIAN OBJECTION TO BELIEFLESS ASSUMPTION AS THE COGNITIVE ELEMENT OF CHRISTIAN FAITH; REFERENCES; 8: Omnipresence and the Location of the Immaterial; 1. OMNIPRESENCE: A TAXONOMY; 2. OMNIPRESENCE AS UBIQUITOUS ENTENSION; 3. LATIN MEDIEVALS ON THE LOCATION OF THE IMMATERIAL; 3.1 Augustine of Hippo; 3.2 Anselm of Canterbury; 4. THE MATERIAL-IMMATERIAL DIVIDE REVISITED; REFERENCES 9: 'Eternity Shut in a Span': The Times of God Incarnate1. THE TEMPORAL PARADOX OF THE INCARNATION; 2. WHAT IS TIME?; 3. WHAT IS IT TO EXIST IN TIME?; 4. WHAT IS GOD'S RELATION TO TIME?; 5. CAN WE RESOLVE THE TEMPORAL PARADOX OF THE INCARNATION?; 6. CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; 10: The Posture of Faith; 1. INTRODUCTION; 2. PROBLEMS WITH DESIRE AND HOPE; 2.1. Hopeless Faith; 2.2. Propositional and Attitudinal Faith; 2.3. On Voluntariness; 3. FAITH AS TRUST; 3.1. Reliance; 3.2. The Activity of Faith; 4. POSTURE AND ATTITUDE; 4.1. The model; 4.2. Darwin and James
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