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Evil and the Vulnerability of God

  • Donald Mackinnon (a1)


Susan Lowe's criticism of Freya Mora's argument depends for almost all its force on one admittedly unfortunate word in Mora's article. There are other words there equally unhappy. But some simple verbal substitutions that would cause no unease to W. S. Gilbert's Lord Chancellor are sufficient to disarm Lowe's objection, and restore to Mora's solution of the problem of evil whatever strength it had.



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1 ‘No Love for God?’, Philosophy 60, No. 232 (April 1985), 263.

2 ‘Thank God for Evil?’, Philosophy 58, No. 225, (July 1983), 399-41.

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  • Donald Mackinnon (a1)


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