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  1. John M. DePoe & Timothy J. McGrew (2013). Natural Theology and the Uses of Argument. Philosophia Christi 15 (2):299-309.
    Arguments in natural theology have recently increased in their number and level of sophistication. However, there has not been much analysis of the ways in which these arguments should be evaluated as good, taken collectively or individually. After providing an overview of some proposed goals and good-making criteria for arguments in natural theology, we provide an analysis that stands as a corrective to some of the ill-formed standards that are currently in circulation. Specifically, our analysis focuses on the relation between (...)
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  2. Timothy J. McGrew, Marc Alspector-Kelly & Fritz Allhoff (eds.) (2009). The Philosophy of Science: An Historical Anthology. Wiley-Blackwell.
    speaking there are only two sorts of opposition to be found here. One is the opposition between motion and rest, together with the opposition between ...
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  3. Timothy J. McGrew (2005). On the Rational Reconstruction of the Fine-Tuning Argument. Philosophia Christi 7 (2):425 - 443.
     
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  4. Lydia M. McGrew & Timothy J. McGrew (1997). Level Connections in Epistemology. American Philosophical Quarterly 34 (1):85 - 94.
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  5. Timothy J. McGrew, David Shier & Harry S. Silverstein (1997). The Two-Envelope Paradox Resolved. Analysis 57 (1):28–33.
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  6. Timothy J. McGrew (1995). The Foundations of Knowledge. Littlefield Adams Books.
    Contemporary epistemology has been moving away from classical foundationalism—the thesis that our empirical knowledge is grounded in perceptual beliefs we know with certainty. McGrew reexamines classical foundationalism and offers a compelling reconstruction and defense of empirical knowledge grounded in perceptual certainty. He articulates and defends a new version of foundationalism and demonstrates how it meets all the standard criticisms. The book offers substantial rebuttals of the arguments of Kuhn and Rorty and demonstrates the value of the classical analytic approach to (...)
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