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The Impossibility and Necessity of Theodicy The “Essais” of Leibniz by Andrea Poma

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Published by Springer Netherlands, Imprint: Springer in Dordrecht .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • History of Philosophy,
  • Ontology,
  • Philosophy (General),
  • Philosophy,
  • Ethics,
  • Philosophy of Religion,
  • Metaphysics,
  • Modern Philosophy

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Andrea Poma
SeriesStudies in German Idealism -- 14
ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsB108-5802
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27045055M
ISBN 109789400750319

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Provides new insights in Leibniz's Theodicy Shows that a close dialogue between modern rationalism and faith is crucial to Leibniz's thought Offers wide-ranging references to all his works, and as such helps to understand the thought of Leibniz in general. In his endeavor to formulate a theodicy, Leibniz emerges as a classic exponent of a non-immanentist modern rationalism, capable of engaging in a close dialogue with religion and faith. This relation implies that God and reason are directly involved in posing the challenge and that the defence of one is the defence of the : Springer Netherlands. In his endeavor to formulate a theodicy, Leibniz emerges as a classic exponent of a non-immanentist modern rationalism, capable of engaging in a close dialogue with religion and faith. This relation implies that God and reason are directly involved in posing the challenge and that the defence of one is the defence of the other. The Impossibility and Necessity of Theodicy by Andrea Poma OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries. This book provides an analytical interpretation of Leibniz's 'Essais de Théodicée' with wide-ranging references to all his works. It shows and upholds many thesis: Leibniz's rational conception of faith, his rational notion of mystery, the reforma.

This book provides an analytical interpretation of Leibniz's 'Essais de Theodicee' with wide-ranging references to all his works. It shows and upholds many thesis: Leibniz's rational conception of faith, his rational notion of mystery, the reformation of classical ontology, and the importance of Leibniz's thought in the tradition of the critical idealism. In his endeavor to formulate a. This book provides an analytical interpretation of Leibniz's 'Essais de Théodicée' with wide-ranging references to all his works. It shows and upholds many thesis: Leibniz's rational conception of faith, his rational notion of mystery, the reforma. Jewish leader: Rabbi Harold S. Kushner, author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People," concluded in his book that the theodicy paradox can only be solved only by limiting the traditional attributes of God. 6 Viewing God as all-knowing, all-loving, and all-powerful leads to internal contradictions. At least one attribute has to be abandoned. The Impossibility and Necessity of Theodicy. por Andrea Poma. Studies in German Idealism (Book 14) ¡Gracias por compartir! Has enviado la siguiente calificación y reseña. Lo publicaremos en nuestro sitio después de haberla : Springer Netherlands.

Attempts to solve the Theodicy problem; Conflicting beliefs that people have for the South Asian tsunami & Katrina hurricane; A series of essays donated by Susan Humphreys: Theodicy: the presence of earthly evil and a perfect God. Extremism: the problem, and how to respond to it. A solution to the problem of Theodicy. A solution, Cont'd. In , Jewish theologian Zachary Braiterman coined the term anti-theodicy in his book (God) After Auschwitz to describe Jews, both in a biblical and post-Holocaust context, whose response to the problem of evil is protest and refusal to investigate the relationship between God and suffering. An anti-theodicy acts in opposition to a theodicy and places full blame for all experience of evil onto God, . Books shelved as theodicy: The Problem of Pain by C.S. Lewis, Evil and the Justice of God by N.T. Wright, A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis, The Doors of th. The preceding articles in the special section, “Atheodicy and the Impossibility of God,” share a hidden subtext. In addition, at least by implication, they evoke a question of great importance for secular humanists. The hidden subtext is the emotional salience of the problem of evil. Whether we confront natural disaster, disease (as Susan.