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The Formally Possible Doctrines i
A Program for Philosophical Theology
The Two Strands in Historical Theology
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A. N. Whitehead absolutely infinite absolutely perfect abstract actual admit aesthetic analogy anthropomorphic aseity aspect awareness believe body C. I. Lewis cause cells conceivable conception concrete contingent contradiction contrast cosmic cosmological cosmological argument cosmos creatures deduce definite deism deity deny dimensions distinction divine doctrine ence entity essence eternal ethical existence experience feeling finite first-type theism future God's hence human identity immutable imply individual infinite involved knowledge least Leibniz less logical matter maximal meaning merely metaphysical mind nature negative negative theology nonsense notion object omniscience ontological argument pandeism panentheism panpsychism pantheism passive perhaps philosophical Plato positive possible precisely predicates problem purely question reality reason relation religion religious idea respects second-type theism secular seems sense social Spinoza subject of change supreme theistic theologians theology things Thomists thought tion traditional trichotomy true truth unity universe unsurpassable vague Whitehead whole wholly