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If someone thinks that Anselmo's ontological argument is right, this book intends to show that it is not, save if amended as offered in the book; if someone thinks that Anselmo is... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Maximiliano Echeverri Marulanda
Finally a coherent model for the reconciliation of divine sovereignty and human freedomPublished 3 months ago by Diego
Two pages of the book were somehow bound, but it was no problem. The book was great!
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Basically New, I ordered the book last out of an order of 3 other books and received it first!Published 8 months ago by Alaa
Somebody described this book perfectly: "I felt like I was up against a Level 97 Boss and I was only Level 70. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Jacob
Powerfully defends the case for synthetic necessary truths. And yet another analysis of the perennial ontological argument is exceptionally refined and convincingly demonstrates... Read morePublished on February 11, 2013 by James Hawkins
Alvin Plantinga does his work as usual - clear, indepth and concise writting. Much in argument form. Plantinga is tops when it comes to Philosophy. Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Charles E. Greer