Atheism and Theism (Tulane Studies in Philosophy) by E.E. Harris

By E.E. Harris

Professor Errol E. Harris offered the 1st 3 chapters of Atheism and Theism as public lectures at Tulane collage on January 20-22, 1975. The lecture sequence was once made attainable via a provide from the Franklin J. Matchette beginning of latest York urban. these people who had the excitement of listening to the lectures shaped the judgment that they deserved booklet to arrive a much wider viewers and to guarantee a extra everlasting reeord. We invited Professor Harris to permit us to submit his lectures in Tulane reports in Philosophy. On his half, he de­ veloped the subjects of the lectures right into a extra entire and lasting paintings. With Professor Harris's approval, we're taking the unheard of step of devoting quantity XXVI of Tulane reviews in Philosophy to the ebook of Atheism and Theism. we're yes that it'll boost the essentially philosophical argument surrounding theism and Christianity. we're additionally confident that it'll upload substantialIy to the status of our sequence of annua1 volumes of philosophy, now in its twenty-sixth 12 months. 'Ve desire to show our because of the Franklin J. Matchette beginning for the unique provide sup­ porting the lectures and to Professor Harris for providing first the lectures after which the e-book. R. C. W. A. J. R.

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