God, Suffering and Solipsism

God, Suffering and Solipsism

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In this study, the author discusses some arguments for and against God's existence and attempts to draw some consequences for radical scepticism. It is part of a series of books which explores contemporary religious understandings of humanity and the universe. The series attempts to contribute to various aspects of the continuing dialogues between religion and philosophy, between scepticism and faith, and between the different religions and ideologies. Professor Dore's previous writings include the book "Theism" (Dordrecht, 1984).
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Product details

  • Hardback | 136 pages
  • 148 x 222mm | 280g
  • Basingstoke, United Kingdom
  • endnotes, index
  • 0333474953
  • 9780333474952

Table of contents

A modal argument for God's existence; a non-modal argument; parodies; a proof of the logical possibility of God; the free will defence I and II; does suffering serve indiscernible ends?; solipsism; solipsism overcome.
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