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CONDITIONS OF FACTUAL MEANING
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A. J. Ayer according to Hick Alvin Plantinga Anselm argue argument argument from illusion Ayer background structure chapter claims cognitive complex confirmation consciousness Death and Eternal disconfirm divine reality empirical eschatological situation Eschatological Verification Reconsidered eschaton existence experienced experiencing-as external Faith and Knowledge foreground global theology God's Harper and Row Hick believes Hick says Hick seems Hick thinks Hick's account Hick's system Hick's view human Ibid infinite John Hick Jones logical loving material environment Mavrodes naturalist nature noncognitive notion of eschatological object one's ordinary experience pain and suffering perceived perception perience person Philosophy of Religion Plantinga possibility predict presence and purpose present problem of evil proposition religious assertions religious experience religious language Religious Pluralism religious utterances religiously ambiguous Richard Swinburne says Hick seen sense data significance system of thought Tennant theism theistic theodicy theory tion total interpretation transcendent truth Universe of Faiths veridical verificationist world view