Brain, Mind, and Soul in the Theological Psychology of Donald MacKay, 1922-1987: The Intellectual Legacy of a Brain Physicist
Seeks to present a Post-Cartesian metaphysical anthropology that is consistent with both contemporary philosophy and Reformed Evangelical Christian Theology. This book includes a range of topics from the history of philosophy and theology to logic, the philosophy of language, information theory, freedom and determinism, and the philosophy of mind.
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