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Author McLeod-Harrison, Mark S
Title Make/Believing the World(s) : Toward a Christian Ontological Pluralism
Imprint Montreal : MQUP, 2009
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- PART ONE: MAKE/BELIEVING THE WORLD (S): AN INTRODUCTION -- 1 An Overview with Terms and Definitions -- PART TWO: THREE ONTOLOGICAL PLURALISTS: STRENGTHS AND SHORTCOMINGS -- 2 Hales's Philosophical Relativism -- 3 Lynch's Ontological Pluralism -- 4 Goodman's Irrealism -- 5 Irrealism, Nominalism, and Properties -- 6 Possibilities of the Actual -- PART THREE: HOW AND WHY TO BE AN IRREALIST -- 7 An Argument for Irrealistic Pluralism -- 8 Idealism and Irrealism -- 9 Toward a Theory of Truth -- 10 Make/Believing What Is, and Other World Renderings -- 11 Saving Pluralism: Why Irrealism Needs God -- PART FOUR: TRADITIONAL CHRISTIANITY, THEISTIC IRREALISM, AND PLURALISM -- 12 The Traditional Christian -- 13 Christianity, Realism, and Logic -- 14 The Divine, Its Furniture, and Virtual Absolutes -- 15 The Many Ways God Is -- 16 God and Objectivity -- 17 History, Humans, and God: Toward a Christian Irrealist View of God's Redemptive Work -- 18 Irrealism, Worlds, and Mystical Experience: God as the Final Framework -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J -- K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -- W
While it is often thought that a serious theism is largely incompatible with a radical ontological pluralism, Mark McLeod-Harrison defends the claim that ontological relativism not only requires theism but is consistent with traditional Christianity
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Link Print version: McLeod-Harrison, Mark S. Make/Believing the World(s) : Toward a Christian Ontological Pluralism Montreal : MQUP,c2009 9780773535930
Subject Christianity and other religions.;Mysticism.;Religious pluralism -- Christianity
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