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Bibliography: p. 357-370. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Statement||edited by John Hick and Arthur C. McGill.|
|Contributions||Hick, John, 1922-, McGill, Arthur Chute.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 373 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||373|
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the argument? If so, can this failure be accounted for? If he did understand it, what was in fact his objection to it! 4 See M. J. Charlesworth, St. Anselm's Proslogion (Oxford: The Clarendon Press, ), p. 88 n. 2, and Arthur C. McGill in The Many Faced Argument, ed. by John Hick and A. C. McGill (New York: The. Argument,‖ in Hick and McGill, The Many-Faced Argument, Ryle returns to the topic in, ―Back to the Ontological Argument,‖ M no. (): , which is a reply to Errol Harris‘s defense of Collingwood, ―Mr. Ryle and the Ontological Argument.‖ Curley is obviously referencing Ryle by using a similar : Darren Hynes.
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The Many-Faced Argument presents a compilation of essays on the ontogical argument for the existence of God, covering responses to Anselm's position in the first half, and, in the second half, covering developments of the argument in the context of modern : Paperback.
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& McGill, A.C. (Eds.) Hick] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Hick, J. & McGill, A.C. (Eds.). Perhaps the most famous ""argument"" in history is that of St.
Anselm, called the ""ontological."" Intended to prove the existence of God, Anselm's reasoning was that God's existence was both possible and necessary to explain the world around him, and therefore God did exist: ""what may be, and must be, is."" Despite its obvious drawback of arguing in a circle, Anselm's argument.
The Many-Faced Argument presents a compilation of essays on the ontogical argument for the existence of God, covering responses to Anselm's position in the first half, and, in the second half, covering developments of the argument in the context of modern philosophy.
Along with contibutions by editors Hick and McGill, other writers include Karl Barth, Many-faced argument book Hayden. The Many-Faced Argument, edited by John Hick and Arthur C. McGill (MacMillan,pp., cloth, $, paper, $), is reviewed by Gordon H. Clark, professor of philosophy, Butler University, Indianapolis, Indiana.
This high-priced book is better studied than reviewed, for it is a survey of recent. The many-faced argument; recent studies on the ontological argument for the existence of God by Hick, John, comp; McGill, Arthur Chute, joint compPages: The Many-Faced Argument.
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See also Charles Hartshorne, "Rationale of the Ontological Proof" Theology Today 20 (July, ),and Charles Hartshorne, "The Formal Validity and Real Significance of the Ontological Argument," The Philosophical Review 53 (May, ),You can write a book review and share your experiences.
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