The Power of Logic
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- Hardback | 672 pages
- 165 x 239 x 31mm | 986g
- 16 Apr 2012
- McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- MCGRAW-HILL Professional
- New York, NY, United States
- 5th edition
- 130 Illustrations, unspecified
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About Frances Howard-Snyder
Daniel Howard-Snyder is Professor of Philosophy at Western Washington University, where he has taught since 2000. He has a PhD from Syracuse University and a BA from Seattle Pacifi c University. He is editor or co-editor of four books, The Evidential Argument from Evil (Indiana University Press, 1996), Faith, Freedom, and Rationality (Rowman & Littlefield, 1996), Divine Hiddenness (Cambridge, 2002), and The Blackwell Companion to the Problem of Evil (Blackwell 2013). He has published articles in, among other places, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, American Philosophical Quarterly , and Faith and Philosophy . His chief love is his familyFrances, William, and Peterwithout whom his life would be bereft of all joy.
Ryan Wasserman is Associate Professor and Chair of Philosophy at Western Washington University, where he has taught since 2005. He has a PhD from Rutgers University and a BA from Western. His main philosophical interests are in metaphysics, ethics, and the philosophy of language. He has published articles in many journals, including Mind, Noi?s , and Philosophical Quarterly . He is also co-editor of Metametaphysics (Oxford University Press, 2008). Apart from philosophy, Ryan spends most of his time playing with his son, Benjamin, and his daughter, Zoi? Mae.