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Defending Compatibilism

Defending Compatibilism

Bruce R. Reichenbach

Augsburg University



It is a truism that where one starts from and the direction one goes determines where one ends up. This is no less true in philosophy than elsewhere, and certainly no less true in matters dealing with the relationship between God’s foreknowledge and human free actions. In what follows I will argue that the incompatibilist view that Fischer and others stalwartly defend results from the particular starting point they choose, and that if one adopts a different starting point about divine knowledge the logical incompatibility they envision and philosophically anguish over evaporates. 

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Science, Religion and Culture


Vol. 4, Sp. Iss. 2 Pages 1-101

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