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THE LOGICAL STRUCTURE
Mapping the Frontiers of Religious Belief
The Concept of god
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Anselm answer Aquinas Aquinas's argued argument from design Bartley bodily movement Bonhoeffer Braithwaite cause Chapter Christian claim conceived concept concerned constituted contradiction cosmological argument course critical rationalism critical rationalist defined divine effect empirical evidence empirical observation event example expression fact factually necessary falsified Findlay follows God's existence human hypothesis infinite instance intellectual secularization intelligibility judgment kind language language-game latter line of argument Logical Positivism logically impossible logically necessary logically possible London meaning metaphysical miracle moral nature necessary existence non-religious occur ontological ontological argument paradoxes Pascal's Wager Paul Tillich philosophical physical body physical object proposition question R. M. Hare rational reality reason reference reject religion religious belief religious language-game scientific scientist seems self-contradictory sense to say simply spatio-temporal speak statement summum bonum suppose talk theism Theology theory things Tillich tion true understand universe of discourse Wittgenstein word