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Forum Philosophicum

Volume 19, Issue 2, Autumn 2014

Mikael Leidenhag
Pages 209-225
DOI: 10.5840/forphil20141923

Is Panentheism Naturalistic? How Panentheistic Conceptions of Divine Action Imply Dualism

This paper will argue that panentheism fails to avoid ontological dualism, and that the naturalistic assumption being employed in panentheism undermines the idea of God acting in physical reality. Moreover, given panentheism’s lack of success with respect to avoiding dualism, it becomes unclear to what extent panentheism represents a naturalistic approach in the dialogue between science and religion.

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