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The Free-Will Defense and the Impossible Worlds of Molinism

The free-will defense of evil and suffering is a failure—so Hugh McCann con­tends. This verdict sur­prises, given the opinion of so many phi­losophers that Alvin Plan­tin­ga’s argument succeeds resoundingly. But it succeeds, maintains McCann, only be­cause it aban­dons God’s provi­dential … Continue reading

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The Free-Will Defense and the Impossible Worlds of Molinism

This article has been extensively revised and republished on 10 October 2021. You may find it here, under the same title. The free-will defense against the problem of evil is a failure–at least that’s what Hugh McCann believes. This verdict … Continue reading

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