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Properly Situating Philosophical Arguments for God Michael Vertin 1
What’s Different About Anselm’s Argument? The Contemporary Relevance of the ‘Ontological’ Proof Bernard Wills 2
What Kind of ‘Proofs’ are Aquinas’s Demonstrations of God’s Existence? Jonathan Bieler 3
The “Five Ways” and Aquinas’s De Deo Uno Antoine Guggenheim 4
Descartes’s Ontological Proof: Cause and Divine Perfection Darren Hynes 5
The Drama of Reason: Hume’s Dialogue Concerning Natural Religion and the Antinomies of Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason Conor Barry 6
Thinking the Unknown: Kierkegaard’s Climacus and the Absolute Paradox of Understanding A.D.C. Cake 7
Swinburne’s Reconstruction of Leibniz’s Cosmological Argument Markus Enders 8
Infinity and the Call of Thinking: Bernhard Welte and the Question of God Andrzej Wiercinski 9
Girard and Anselm: The Ontological Argument and Mimetic Theory Paolo Diego Bubbio 10
Thinking Transcendence with Levinas: From the Ethico-Religious to the Political and Beyond Jeffrey W. Robbins 11
Bernard Lonergan on Affirmation of the Existence of God Paul St. Amour 12
The Proof of Beauty: From Aesthetic Experience to the Beauty of God John D. Dadosky 13
Post-Secular Spinoza: Deleuze, Negri and Radical Political Theology Clayton Crockett 14
Blessed are Those Who Have Not Seen and Yet Believe Brian Treanor 15
The Courage to Ask and the Humility to Listen: Hermeneutics between Philosophy and Theology Andrzej Wiercinski 16
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