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Readership: Philosophers of religion and theologians.
Edited by Ken Perszyk, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Ken Perszyk is Senior Lecturer in Philosophy and Head of the School of History, Philosophy, Political Science and International Relations at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand. His primary research interests are in philosophy of religion and metaphysics. He has published articles on a range of areas, including Molinism, the Argument from Evil, the metaphysics of modality, the history of early analytical philosophy and Wittgenstein. He is the author of Nonexistent Objects: Meinong and Contemporary Philosophy (1993).
"I was ... pleasantly surprised by the quality and originality shown in this volume. It is, by any reasonable standard, a superb collection of papers ... the collection is required reading for anyone working on Molinism in the future and can also be used effectively to gain a perspective on Molinism itself and the debates surrounding it of the last thirty years or so." - Jonathan L. Kvanvig, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
Ken Perszyk: Introduction
1: William Hasker: The (Non-)Existence of Molinist Counterfactuals
2: Thomas P. Flint: Whence and Whither the Molinist Debate: A Reply to Hasker
3: Trenton Merricks: Truth and Molinism
4: William Hasker: Trenton Merricks on Some Anti-Molinist Arguments
5: Dean Zimmerman: Pro Haskeris Contradictione
6: Trenton Merricks: Replies to Hasker and Zimmerman
7: Edwin Mares and Ken Perszyk: Molinist Conditionals
8: Edward Wierenga: Tilting at Molinism
9: Dean Zimmerman: A Précis of 'Yet Another Anti-Molinist Argument'
10: William Lane Craig: Yet Another Failed Anti-Molinist Argument
11: Dean Zimmerman: An Anti-Molinist Replies
12: Thomas P. Flint: Molinism and Incarnation
13: John Martin Fischer: Putting Molinism In Its Place
14: Greg Restall: Molinism and the Thin Red Line
15: Hugh J. McCann: The Free Will Defense
16: Derk Pereboom: Theological Determinism and Divine Providence
17: William Hasker: An Open Theist Theodicy of Natural Evil
Ken Perszyk: Bibliography: Recent Work on Molinism