Sunday, June 28, 2009

The Blackwell Companion to Natural Theology

This is includes my most recent work on the AFR. Interestingly enough, I think J. P. Moreland's essay on the Argument from Consciousness hits quite a few points similar to mine. I've just started delving into that one.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have to confess, the book is online.

normajean said...

Anon, please please do tell where this book can be found online...! I wanna peak =)

philip m said...

I was actually wondering what the ultimate difference was between those two arguments.

Anonymous said...

If Victor Reppert won't chastise you, you may see instructions for getting the file

here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFydtJJtWWY&feature=channel_page

Clayton said...

It's funny. They've done some studies on whether ethicists are more ethical than their colleagues. We might do similar studies to see who is better at following the commandment not to steal, the believers or non-believers.

Maybe there's been a memo that I've missed that say that it's okay to steal stuff if it's related to natural theology.

Victor Reppert said...

I should have spoken sooner. Don't do it!

Anonymous said...

Why is the text so expensive? It is over-the-top expensive. How do any of the authors expect their work to be available for the common student of either side?