Philosophical Propositions: An Introduction to Philosophy
Philosophical Propositions is a fresh, up to date, and reliable introduction to philosophical problems. It takes seriously the need for philosophy to deal with definitive and statable propositions, such as God, certainty, time, personal identity, the mind/body problem, free will and determinism, and the meaning of life.
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Some Basic Concepts of Logic and Philosophy
The Problem of Evil
The Propositional Structure of the Problem of Evil
The Existence of God
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