Klaas Kraay

Klaas Kraay is a young philosopher of religion at Reyerson University (Toronto, Canada). He does cutting-edge work in this field by using the multiverse hypothesis (the hypothesis that there are many -- perhaps infinitely many -- universes) to solve problems for theism, such as the problem of evil, the multiverse objection to the argument from fine-tuning, and William Rowe's atheistic No Best World argument. Virtually all of his papers on this are available online at his department webpage. Required reading!

1 comment:

Mark said...

I have found a fantastic paper by Pruss which deals with Kraay's work on modal collapse and incommensurability (and a defense of divine freedom).

Highly recommended reading.


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