The Scandal of Reason: Or Shadow of God

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University Press of America, 2004 - Philosophy - 709 pages
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By turning the classical arguments for God's existence on their head, David and Marjorie Haight present original arguments for the existence of the devil in order to reveal a cosmic 'God beyond Goddiness' or the God beyond good and evil, which reconciles Divinity with its Shadow. The consequences of doing so cast light on the mysteries and problems of evil, divine predication, universals, time and eternity, the highest good, mind and body, personal immortality and the philosophical foundations of science. This superunification of the most fundamental concepts in philosophy, cosmology, quantum-relativity physics, chaos theory, biology, religion, ethics and even poetry anticipates a grand Theory of Everything.

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David F. Haight is Professor of Philosophy, Plymouth State University, Plymouth, New Hampshire.
Marjorie A. Haight is an Independent Scholar and former Philosophy Instructor, Iowa State University.

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