Friday, April 10, 2009

Review of Swinburne's 2nd Edition of The Existence of God

Richard Swinburne's The Existence of God (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1979) is widely considered a high point in the defense of classical theism. There, he reformulated the classical arguments for theism as inductive arguments, using the machinery of Bayes' Theorem. He came out with a second edition of the book in 2004. A helpful review of the new edition can be found at Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, here.

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