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Attn Philosophers and Theologians: Check out the link below for details pertaining to this project at Saint Louis University.

It will be of tremendous value to the philosophical community and looks to be enticing and exciting for those interested in various specializations in epistemology, though it will not be solely relegated to that realm.

Do some work and give the world a better understanding of humility and how it works and what it looks like to be people who exhibit humility openly, honestly, and properly in all areas of life and scholarship. If this peaks your interests, then check out the details at the link below.

The Philosophy and Theology of Intellectual Humility Project at Saint Louis University – The Prosblogion.


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Whew, this is a nice post by Mike Almeida over at The Prosblogion. Check it out if your itching for a quick, philosophical fix.

The argument itself is tantalizing, in that it challenges a few of my more tightly held beliefs and forces me to reexamine my epistemic justification for my position, as well as the metaphysical possibilities and implications of what his argument conveys.

As such, a one-liner paraphrased thesis might run as follows: God necessarily needs no Theodicy in a modal argument from evil for being morally perfect does not require the metaphysically impossible of eradicating or preventing gratuitous evil in all possible worlds.

This is great stuff, Mike!!!

Check it out below. The post is relatively short. It’s the 200 hundred comments by philosophers that make the scroll bar long. But give us a break: we’re philosophers, and we need the space to do our thinking 😉


Anti-Theodicy and the Modal Argument from Evil – The Prosblogion.

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