Sophia 43 (1):101-114 (2004)

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Stephen Grover
Queens College (CUNY)
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‘Rival creator’ arguments suggest that God must have created the best of all possible worlds. These arguments are analyzed and evaluated, and Leibniz’s position defended.
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