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Author: Christian Tapp

The Uniqueness of God in Anselm’s Monologion Christian Tapp (Ruhr-Universität Bochum) Abstract In this paper, Anselm’s argument for the uniqueness of God or, more precisely, something through which everything that exists has its being (Monologion 3) is reconstructed. A rst reading of the argument

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: Richard Foley

’s Dialogues. The Dialogues present a conversation between Cleanthes, an advocate of the design argument, Demea, a proponent of a priori reasoning for the existence of God, and Philo, their generally skeptical adversary.10 Sober’s preference for Paley over Hume stems in large part from Sober’s claim that Hume

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: Alan Baker

Malebranche on Laws of Nature and God’s General Volitions Alan Baker, Swarthmore College 1. Introduction Malebranche’s theory of occasionalism provides a general account of causation which locates true causal power in God alone. Consider that canonical example of mechanistic causation, in which

In: History of Philosophy & Logical Analysis
Author: David Skrbina

Perhaps the two most important concepts in the history of philosophy are God and mind. Unsurprisingly, both are notoriously vague, which is a large part of the reason why there has been such a diversity of views on these topics. Needless to say, the literature on each is vast. Less examined

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In: Panentheism and Panpsychism
Author: David Skrbina

Perhaps the two most important concepts in the history of philosophy are God and mind. Unsurprisingly, both are notoriously vague, which is a large part of the reason why there has been such a diversity of views on these topics. Needless to say, the literature on each is vast. Less examined

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In: Panentheism and Panpsychism
Author: Christian Tapp

The Uniqueness of God in Anselm's Monologion Christian Tapp (Ruhr-Universitat Bochum) Abstract In this paper, Anselm's argument for the uniqueness of God or, more precisely, something through which everything that exists has its being (Monologion 3) is reconstructed. A first reading of the

In: Theory and Practice of Logical Reconstruction: Anselm as a Model Case
Author: Uta Bittner

1 Einleitung Uta Bittner »PLAYING GOD?« Ethisch-philosophische Rejlexionen zu > Natu7t-Verweisen vor dem Hintergrund gentechnischer Enhancement-Eingriffe Wie tiefgehend darf sich der Mensch des 21. Jahrhunderts selbst gestalten? Gibt es Grenzen fiir sein Selbststeigerungsstreben, und falls

In: Höher - Schneller - Weiter. Gentechnologisches Enhancement im Spitzensport
Author: Samuel Shem

Patienten bilder 1 - Arzt-Patienten-Verhältnis Samuel Shem, House of God (1978) I. Literatur- und kulturwissenschaftlicher Kommentar House of God ist der erste Roman des amerikanischen Psychiaters und Autors Ste- phen J. Bergman (geb. 1944). Unter dem Pseudonym Samuel Shem verarbeitete er »das

In: Ethik in der Medizin

seeking to precipitate a »pantheism controversy« more than a century before the outbreak of the historic debate of that name in Enlightenment Germany. Theirs is a religious philosophy that may well be qualified as a »Spinozism of freedom«, 9 i.e. a system of thought that views God as informing and

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In: Panentheism and Panpsychism

seeking to precipitate a »pantheism controversy« more than a century before the outbreak of the historic debate of that name in Enlightenment Germany. Theirs is a religious philosophy that may well be qualified as a »Spinozism of freedom«, 9 i.e. a system of thought that views God as informing and

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In: Panentheism and Panpsychism