Josh Rasmussen's New Argument for a Necessary Being

We've noted some of Rasmussen's work in philosophy of religion on another occasion. Here I'd like to call attention to his new paper, "A New Argument for a Necessary Being" (Australasian Journal of Philosophy 88:3 (Sept. 2010)), which can be found here.

Also worth noting is his helpful overview of recent work on the Leibnizian cosmological argument in the most recent issue of Philosophy Compass (“Cosmological Arguments from Contingency”).

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