Metaphysics of Theism

July 12, 2006 at 12:36 am Leave a comment

“…many prominent theologians seem to think that the philosophical work of David Hume and Immanuel Kant long ago effectively proved the miraculous and the transcendental to be excluded from the reach of human cognition. But more important, they appear to have become convinced that the legacy of Hume and Kant, crystalized in the domineering pronouncements of the logical positivists, has foreclosed forever the possibility of intellectually respectable and epistemically productive metaphysical thinking in the realm of religion” (pg. 3-4, Divine and Human Action. Ed. Thomas V. Morris).

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