From Scientific Evidence to the Existence of God
Macroarea Lettere e Filosofia, Edificio B, Sala Riunioni, Piano Terzo
Via Columbia 1
- Centro Studi Filosofia di Gallarate
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In recent years, scholarly debates in philosophy of religion attest a revival of interest for the demonstrations of the existence of God. Swinburne’s probabilistic approach, Plantinga’s modal reading of Anselm’s ontological prove, and Craig’s Kalam argument are just a few of notable examples.
The purpose of the present seminar is to investigate the topic from the viewpoint of the scientific epistemic practices. In particular, we aim at assessing whether empirical findings in the fields of evolutionary biology may provide empirical premises to sound logical arguments.
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