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The Intelligibility of the Universe
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analogy answer Antony Flew argue argument behavior brain Cartesian Dualism causal character claim conception context course create creatures D. Z. Phillips deny discussion doctrine Durrant empirical evidence exis existence explanation expressions fact feel G. E. M. Anscombe give God's grammar groundless grounds hold Hugo Meynell human humanly free agents identical immaterial substances immortality intelligible justify kind knowledge language-game logically Ludwig Wittgenstein Malcolm material means mental Meynell mind moral nature Non-Cartesian Dualism Norman Malcolm notion objects pain paper passive evils person Peter Winch Phillips philosophers physical possible priori problem problem of evil question reality reason reject relation religion religious belief religious language remarks response rituals scientific seems sense Shoemaker someone sort speak suggest suppose Swinburne Swinburne's Sydney Shoemaker talk telligible tence terminal quest theodicist theodicy theology theory things thought tion true truth understand universe Winch Wittgenstein