Plantinga's New Paper on Naturalism, Theism, and Morality

In 2008, Alvin Plantinga got a research grant from the Ammonius Foundation to write a paper on naturalism and objective morality. The paper ("Naturalism, Theism, Obligation, and Supervenience") is now out in of Faith & Philosophy (vol. 27, no. 3 (2010)). Here is a link to the paper.

I'm too busy at the moment to give it a careful read, but it looks as though it employs the Common Apologetic Strategy, and thus falls prey to the problems inherent in such arguments.

2 comments:

toweltowel said...

Hi, I'd like to get the published copy of this paper through my university's ILL. Do you know the volume number and page numbers or anything? I ask because the Faith and Philosophy website is useless.

Thanks!

exapologist said...

Sure. I'll add the information in the post above.

Best,
EA

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