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Title God, truth, and other enigmas / edited by Miroslaw Szatkowski
Edition [1 edition]
Published Berlin : De Gruyter, [2015]
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Description 1 online resource (xxix, 269 pages): illustrations
Series Philosophische analyse/Philosophical analysis ; Volume 65
Philosophische Analyse ; Bd. 65
Contents A guide to the book : God, truth, and other enigmas / Miroslaw Szatkowski -- Logical necessity, conceptual necessity, and the ontological argument / C. Anthony Anderson -- Problem of the origins of ontotheology / Seweryn Blandzi -- On the anti-ontological doom argument / Robert E. Maydole -- Nothing is impossible / Peter van Inwagen -- God and good : does God's existence imply that anything is good / Jan Woleński -- Gaps, gluts and God / Stamatios Gerogiorgakis -- Fitch's paradox and the existence of an omniscient being / Jason Megill -- Vagueness and omniscience / Elisa Paganini -- God's omniscience and logical virtue / Miroslaw Szatkowski -- Logic and truth in religious belief / Srećko Kovac̆ -- Absolute truth and mathematics / Anna Lemańska -- The divine belief theory of truth : might it work? / Alexander Pruss -- Makers and models : two approaches to truth, and their merger / Peter Simons -- Agnosticism about material composition / Christopher Daly and David Liggins -- Existential dependence and other formal relations / Christian Kanzian -- Wittgenstein on faith and reason : the influence of Newman / Duncan H. Pritchard -- Necessity, worlds, and God / Scott A. Shalkowski -- The explanatory power of topology in the philosophy of God / Bartlomiej Skowron
Summary "The book God, Truth, and other Enigmas is a collection of eighteen essays that fall under four headings: (God's) Existence/Non-Existence, Omniscience, Truth, and Metaphysical Enigmas. The essays vary widely in topic and tone. They provide the reader with an overview of contemporary philosophical approaches to the subjects that are indicated in the title of the book"-- Back cover
Notes Some contributions presented at an international conference held at Warsaw, September 17-19, 2013. Not all authors of the volume participated in the conference
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Description based on print version record
Subject Philosophy.
Form Electronic book
Author Szatkowski, Mirosław, editor
ISBN 3110418932 (electronic bk.)
9783110418934 (electronic bk.)