Linked bibliography for the SEP article "
Creation and Conservation" by Jonathan Kvanvig
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- Aquinas, Thomas. Summa contra , book 2, chs. 64-70;
Basic Writings of Thomas Aquinas, vol. 2, ed. A.C. Pegis (New
York: Random House, 1945).
- Edwards, Jonathan. The Great Christian doctrine of Original
Sin Defended (1758): Works, vol. 3, ed. C.A. Holbrook
(New Haven: Yale University Press 1970). (Scholar)
- Farley, B.W. The Providence of God (Grand Rapids: Baker
Book House, 1988).
- Freddoso, A.J. “God's General Concurrence with Secondary Causes: Why Conservation is not Enough,” Philosophical Perspectives, 5 ed. James E. Tomberlin (Atascadero, CA: Ridgeview Publishing, 1991), pp. 553-85. (Scholar)
- Craig, William Lane. “Creation and Conservation Once More.” Religious Studies 34 (1998): 177-188. (Scholar)
- Hitchcock, Christopher. “The Intransitivity of Causation Revealed in Equations and Graphs.” Journal of Philosophy 98 (2001): 273-99. (Scholar)
- Kvanvig, Jonathan L. And HcCann, Hugh J. “Divine Conservation and the Persistence of the World.” In Divine and Human Action, ed. Thomas V. Morris (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1988), pp. 13-49. (Scholar)
- Malebranche, Nicholas. Entretiens sur la metaphysique,
(1688): tr. W. Doney, Dialogues on Metaphysics (New York:
Abaris Books, 1980).
- Quinn, Philip L. “Divine conservation, Continuous Creation, and Human Action.” In The Existence and Nature of God, ed. Alfred J. Freddoso (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1983), pp. 55-80. (Scholar)
- Schleiermacher, F. D. E. The Christian Faith, 2d ed.
H. R. MacIntosh and J. S. Stewart, editors. (Edinburgh: T. &
T. Clark, 1928).
- Yablo, Steven. “De Facto Dependence.” Journal of Philosophy 99 (2002): 130-48. (Scholar)