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Two dozen (or so) arguments for God : the Plantinga Project, edited by Jerry L. Walls and Trent Dougherty, (electronic book)

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Two dozen (or so) arguments for God : the Plantinga Project
Title
Two dozen (or so) arguments for God
Title remainder
the Plantinga Project
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jerry L. Walls and Trent Dougherty
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eng
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NhCcYBP
Dewey number
191
Index
index present
LC call number
B931.P454
LC item number
T86 2018
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Walls, Jerry L.
  • Dougherty, Trent
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  • Faith
  • God
  • Plantinga, Alvin.
Label
Two dozen (or so) arguments for God : the Plantinga Project, edited by Jerry L. Walls and Trent Dougherty, (electronic book)
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Cover; Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; Introduction; I Half a Dozen (or so) Ontological (or Metaphysical) Arguments; (A) The Argument from Intentionality (or Aboutness); Propositions Supernaturalized; (B) The Argument from Collections; (C) The Argument from (Natural) Numbers; (D) The Argument from Counterfactuals; Counterfactuals, Vagueness, and God; (E) The Argument from Physical Constants; The Fine; Tuning for Discoverability; (F) The Naïve Teleological Argument; An Argument from Design for Ordinary People
  • (H) The Ontological Argument: Patching Plantinga's Ontological Argument by Making the Murdoch Move(I) Why Is There Anything at All?; II Half a Dozen Epistemological Arguments; (J) The Argument from Positive Epistemic Status: Evolutionary Psychology and the Argument from Positive Epistemic Status; (K) The Argument from the Confluence of Proper Function and Reliability: Is God the Designer of Our Cognitive Faculties? Evaluating Plantinga's Argument; (L) The Argument from Simplicity and (M) The Argument from Induction: Atheistic Induction by Boltzmann Brains
  • (N) The Putnamian Argument (the Argument from the Rejection of Global Skepticism) [also, (O) The Argument from Reference, and (K) The Argument from the Confluence of Proper Function and Reliability]: Putnam's Semantic Skepticism and the Epistemic Melt(N) The Putnamian Argument, (O) The Argument from Reference, and (P) The Kripke-​Wittgenstein Argument from Plus and Quus: Arguments from Knowledge, Reference, and Content; (Q) The General Argument from Intuition; III Moral Arguments; (R) Moral Arguments (actually R1 to Rn): An Abductive Moral Argument for God
  • (R*) The Argument from Evil: Felix Culpa!IV Other Arguments; (S) The Argument from Colors and Flavors: The Argument from Consciousness; (T) The Argument from Love and (Y) The Argument from the Meaning of Life: The God of Love and the Meaning of Life; (U) The Mozart Argument and (V) The Argument from Play and Enjoyment: The Theistic Argument from Beauty and Play; (W) Arguments from Providence and from Miracles: Of Miracles: The State of the Art and the Uses of History; (X) C.S. Lewis's Argument from Nostalgia: A New Argument from Desire
  • (Z) The Argument from (A) to (Y): The Argument from So Many ArgumentsV "Or so": Three More Arguments; The Kalam Cosmological Argument; The Argument from Possibility; The Necessity of Sufficiency: The Argument from the Incompleteness of Nature; Afterword: Trent Dougherty and Alvin Plantinga: An Interview on Faith and Reason; appendix: plantinga's original "two dozen (or so) theistic arguments"; Index
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9780190842239
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Label
Two dozen (or so) arguments for God : the Plantinga Project, edited by Jerry L. Walls and Trent Dougherty, (electronic book)
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Two Dozen (or so) Arguments for God; Copyright; Contents; Acknowledgments; List of Contributors; Introduction; I Half a Dozen (or so) Ontological (or Metaphysical) Arguments; (A) The Argument from Intentionality (or Aboutness); Propositions Supernaturalized; (B) The Argument from Collections; (C) The Argument from (Natural) Numbers; (D) The Argument from Counterfactuals; Counterfactuals, Vagueness, and God; (E) The Argument from Physical Constants; The Fine; Tuning for Discoverability; (F) The Naïve Teleological Argument; An Argument from Design for Ordinary People
  • (H) The Ontological Argument: Patching Plantinga's Ontological Argument by Making the Murdoch Move(I) Why Is There Anything at All?; II Half a Dozen Epistemological Arguments; (J) The Argument from Positive Epistemic Status: Evolutionary Psychology and the Argument from Positive Epistemic Status; (K) The Argument from the Confluence of Proper Function and Reliability: Is God the Designer of Our Cognitive Faculties? Evaluating Plantinga's Argument; (L) The Argument from Simplicity and (M) The Argument from Induction: Atheistic Induction by Boltzmann Brains
  • (N) The Putnamian Argument (the Argument from the Rejection of Global Skepticism) [also, (O) The Argument from Reference, and (K) The Argument from the Confluence of Proper Function and Reliability]: Putnam's Semantic Skepticism and the Epistemic Melt(N) The Putnamian Argument, (O) The Argument from Reference, and (P) The Kripke-​Wittgenstein Argument from Plus and Quus: Arguments from Knowledge, Reference, and Content; (Q) The General Argument from Intuition; III Moral Arguments; (R) Moral Arguments (actually R1 to Rn): An Abductive Moral Argument for God
  • (R*) The Argument from Evil: Felix Culpa!IV Other Arguments; (S) The Argument from Colors and Flavors: The Argument from Consciousness; (T) The Argument from Love and (Y) The Argument from the Meaning of Life: The God of Love and the Meaning of Life; (U) The Mozart Argument and (V) The Argument from Play and Enjoyment: The Theistic Argument from Beauty and Play; (W) Arguments from Providence and from Miracles: Of Miracles: The State of the Art and the Uses of History; (X) C.S. Lewis's Argument from Nostalgia: A New Argument from Desire
  • (Z) The Argument from (A) to (Y): The Argument from So Many ArgumentsV "Or so": Three More Arguments; The Kalam Cosmological Argument; The Argument from Possibility; The Necessity of Sufficiency: The Argument from the Incompleteness of Nature; Afterword: Trent Dougherty and Alvin Plantinga: An Interview on Faith and Reason; appendix: plantinga's original "two dozen (or so) theistic arguments"; Index
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99977541463
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1 online resource.
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online
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9780190842239
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
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not applicable
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