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Just the Arguments: 100 of the Most Important Arguments in Western Philosophy

About the Author Michael Bruce currently researches in the history of philosophy. Show Me the Arguments Part I: Philosophy of Religion Part II: Philosophy of Mind Part VI: Science and Language Appendix A: Request removal from index. This entry has no external links.

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The Problem of Evil. The Kalam Argument for the Existence of God.


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Aristotle and the Argument to End All Arguments. Far - unknown - Kheradnameh Sadra Quarterly Some excellent stuff, some rational reconstructions, and some "charitable"?

But still a useful book. How is your argument-mapping project coming along?


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