Haverá uma viável objeção de jure à crença teísta?

Domingos Faria
Universidade de Lisboa
In this paper I want to dispute Plantinga’s claim that there is no viable de jure objection to theistic belief that does not presuppose that such belief is false. So, contrary to Plantinga, I argue that there is at least one viable de jure objection, i.e., an objection to justification or warrant of theistic belief which does not previously depend nor presuppose the falsehood of theism.
Keywords De Jure Objection  De Facto Objection  Theistic Belief
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