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editorial
1. Philo: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Keith M. Parsons, Debating Naturalism
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Kai Nielsen, On Being a Secularist All the Way Down
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Isaac Nevo, Reflective Equilibrium and the Contemplative Ideal of Knowledge
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Timothy J. Madigan, Legor et Legar: Schopenhauer’s Atheistic Morality
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Friedrich Nietzsche referred to Arthur Schopenhauer as the first inexorable atheist among German philosophers. Yet Schopenhauer’s philosophy---in particular his discussion of “compassion” as the basis of morality---can serve as a starting point for dialogue among Hindus, Buddhists, Jews, Christians, Muslims, and atheistic humanists, all of whom need to address what Raimundo Panikkar calls “The Silence of God.”
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Theodore M. Drange, Incompatible-Properties Arguments: A Survey
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Ten arguments for the nonexistence of God are formulated and discussed briefly. Each of them ascribes to God a pair of properties from the following list of divine attributes: (a) perfect, (b) immutable, (c) transcendent, (d) nonphysical, (e) omniscient, (f) omnipresent, (g) personal, (h) free, (i) all-loving, (j) all-just, (k) all-merciful, and (1) the creator of the universe. Each argument aims to demonstrate an incompatibility between the two properties ascribed. The pairs considered are: 1. (a-1), 2. (b-1), 3. (b-e), 4. (b-i), 5, (c-f), 6. (c-g), 7. (d-g), 8. (f-g), 9. (e-h), and 10. (j-k). Along the way, several other possible pairs are also mentioned and commented upon.
book reviews
6. Philo: Volume > 1 > Issue: 2
Paul B. Cliteur, The Philosophy of Richard Taylor
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Graham Oppy, Biblical Science?
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H. James Birx, Transitional Spinoza
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H. James Birx, Flew, Skeptic and Atheist
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10. Philo: Volume > 1 > Issue: 1
Keith M. Parsons, Why Philo?
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