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APA Pacific Meeting in Seattle: Five Places to Philosophize Outside the Conference Hotel

By |March 21st, 2017|Categories: American Philosophical Association, Philosophy Conferences|

The American Philosophical Association Pacific Division meeting will be in Seattle from April 12th-17th. For those of us who love studying philosophy, it will be tempting to set off the nerd-alert by staying cooped up in a hotel conference room during one's entire trip to the Emerald City. To avoid this travel fallacy, you may want to do a little philosophizing in the following places.

Synopsis of ‘How the Existence of God Explains Miracles & Religious Experience’ by Richard Swinburne

By |December 3rd, 2016|Categories: Philosophy of Religion|

In the closing chapter of 'Is There A God?' published by Oxford University Press in 1996, Richard Swinburne argues that miracles and religious experience provide substantial further evidence for God's existence.

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Featured image credit: Owen skiing at Twin Peaks by Andy Mahre (in a tree).