Mavrodes on omnipotence

Philosophical Studies 37 (2):211 - 214 (1980)
Abstract
In an earlier issue of "Philosophical Studies" George Mavrodes provided a general definition of omnipotence. I argue that his general definition is inadequate because it fails to exclude from being omnipotent beings who have finite abilities but who possess their limited abilities necessarily.
Keywords omnipotence  Mavrodes, George  God
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DOI 10.1007/BF00354174
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