TWO DOZEN (OR SO) THEISTIC ARGUMENTS Lecture Notes by Alvin Plantinga I've been arguing that theistic belief does not (in general) need argument either for deontological justification, or for positive epistemic status, (or for Foley rationality or Alstonian justification)); belief in God is properly basic. But doesn't follow, of course that there aren't any good arguments.
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Few thinkers have had as much impact on contemporary philosophy as has Alvin Plantinga. The work of this quintessential analytic philosopher has in many respects set the tone for the debate in the fields of modal metaphysics and epistemology and he is arguably the most important philosopher of religion of our time. In this volume, a distinguished team of today's leading philosophers address.
Two Dozen (Or So) Theistic Arguments. Lecture Notes by Alvin Plantinga. I've been arguing that theistic belief does not (in general) need argument either for deontological justification, or for positive epistemic status, (or for Foley rationality or Alstonian justification)); belief in God is properly basic.
Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God expands Alvin Plantinga’s seminal article “Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments.” Each of Plantinga’s original suggestions is developed by a wide variety of accomplished scholars. This collection both presents ground-breaking research and lays the foundations for research projects for years to come.
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Thirty years ago, Alvin Plantinga gave a lecture called 'Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments' that has served as an underground manual for scholars ever since. In it, he proposed novel and creative arguments (e.g., metaphysical, epistemological, moral) for the existence of God. These are finally given the serious treatment they deserve. 504 pages, softcover.
Two Dozen (Or So) Theistic Arguments. Lecture Notes by Alvin Plantinga. II. Half a dozen Epistemological Arguments (J) The argument from positive epistemic status. Clearly many of our beliefs do have positive epistemic status for us (at any rate most of us think so, most of us accept this premise). As we have seen, positive epistemic status is best thought of as a matter of a belief's being.
In his 1986 lecture, “Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments,” Alvin Plantinga sketched out an entire A to Z of arguments for God, most of which had never been previously explored. Plantinga’s suggestions have since been expanded into a book-length treatment by other philosophers. The discipline of Christian natural theology is thriving as never before.
In Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God, each of Plantinga's original suggestions, many of which he only briefly sketched, is developed in detail by a wide variety of accomplished scholars. The authors look to metaphysics, epistemology, semantics, ethics, aesthetics, and beyond, finding evidence for God in almost every dimension of reality. Those arguments new to natural theology are more fully.
Also included is an appendix containing Plantinga’s often referred to, but previously unpublished, lecture notes entitled “Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments,” with a substantial preface to the appendix written by Plantinga specifically for this volume.
Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments by Alvin Plantinga; Lecture presented at the 33rd Annual Philosophy Converence, Wheaton College, Oct 23-25, 1986; The Cosmological Argument: A Current Bibliographical Appraisal, by W. David Beck; Evil as Evidence for God, by Justin Taylor; The 4 Primary Arguments for God's Existence, by Michael J. Vlach.
Theistic Arguments Pascal: all else being equal, rational to believe that God exists. In fact, all else are not equal! Craig: Five arguments for the existence of God. Plantinga: Two dozen or so arguments. February 2005 10 Arguments Statements leading to a conclusion. Deductive and inductive arguments. What makes a good argument? Validity Soundness Not question-begging. 6 February 2005 11.
In Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God, each of Pla In it, he proposed a number of novel and creative arguments for the existence of God which have yet to receive the attention they deserve. In Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God, each of Plantinga's original suggestions, many of which he only briefly sketched, is developed in detail by a wide variety of accomplished scholars.
The Craig-Washington Debate Does God Exist? Dr. Craig's Opening Arguments. Good evening! I want to begin by expressing my thanks to ASUW and Campus Crusade for Christ for inviting me to participate in this important debate. In tonight's debate I'm going to be defending two basic contentions: First of all, that there's no good reason to think that atheism is true and, secondly, that there are.
Filling Out a Naturalistic Picture via Spinoza and Russell. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Felipe Leon; Chapter. First Online: 28 July 2019. 89 Downloads; Abstract. This chapter aims to address the important objections Rasmussen raised in the previous chapter and to further clarify the liberal version of naturalism sketched in Chapter 9. This chapter therefore offers an extended exposition.
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