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Profile: Victor Reppert
  1. Victor Reppert (2004). Soul, Body, and Survival. Faith and Philosophy 21 (3):393-399.
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  2. Victor Reppert (2003). CS Lewis's Dangerous Idea: In Defense of the Argument From Reason (IVP, 2003). Philosophia Christi 5 (1).
     
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  3. Victor Reppert (2003). Several Formulations of the Argument From Reason. Philosophia Christi 5:1-9.
     
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  4. Victor Reppert (2000). Reply to Parsons and Lippard on the Argument From Reason. Philo 3 (1):76-89.
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  5. Victor Reppert (1999). The Argument From Reason. Philo 2 (1):33-45.
    In this paper I argue that the existence of human reason gives us good reason to suppose that God exists. If the world were as the materialist supposes it is, then we would not be able to reason to the conclusion that this is so. This contention is often challenged by the claim that mental and physical explanations can be given for the same event. But a close examination of the question of explanatory compatibility reveals that the sort of explanation (...)
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  6. Victor Reppert (1992). Eliminative Materialism, Cognitive Suicide, and Begging the Question. Metaphilosophy 23 (4):378-92.
  7. Victor Reppert (1991). Ramsey on Eliminativism and Self-Refutation. Inquiry 34 (4):499-508.
  8. Victor Reppert (1989). Miracles and the Case for Theism. International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 25 (1):35 - 51.
    THIS PAPER IS A DISCUSSION OF MACKIE’S HUMEAN ARGUMENT THAT MIRACLES CANNOT PLAY A ROLE IN A CASE FOR THEISM. I ARGUE THAT MACKIE IS MISTAKEN IN CONTENDING THAT MIRACLES CANNOT FORM PART OF A CASE FOR THEISM. IF THERE IS EVIDENCE THAT CERTAIN EVENTS DEVIATE FROM THE ORDINARY COURSE OF NATURE, AND IF AFFIRMING THE EXISTENCE OF GOD WOULD RENDER THAT EVIDENCE MORE COMPREHENSIBLE THAN OTHERWISE, THEN IT MUST BE ADMITTED THAT EVIDENCE THAT THESE EVENTS HAVE OCCURRED IS EVIDENCE (...)
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