A Kantian Theodicy

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Steven Merle Duncan
Bellevue Community College
Abstract
In this paper, I present a Kantian theodicy, i.e. one based on some of the leading ideas in Kant's ethics, to the classical problem of evil and recommend it as an adequate solution to the problem of evil so understood.
Keywords Radical Evil, Theodicy, Kant
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