Dios es omnivolente?

Jiménez Cataño, Rafael
December 2004
Tópicos. Revista de Filosofía;2004, Issue 27, p51
Academic Journal
As an introduction to Paul Weingartner's article "Religiöser Fatalismus und das Problem des Übels", some clañfications about propositional functions are made, especially functions regarding the will. Other cultural considerations about willing and allowing are offered.


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