Reply to Oppy on God, the Best and Evil

Sophia 50 (1):211-219 (2011)

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Bruce Langtry
University of Melbourne
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My reply corrects one misstatement in Oppy’s summary of my book, abandons a footnote in the light of one of Oppy’s criticisms, and argues that Oppy’s other criticisms do not succeed in showing either that my claims are mistaken or that the arguments by which I supported them are defective
Keywords God  Theodicy  Omniscience  Infinite value  Compatibilism  Rational choice  Infinite hierarchies of options  Moral evil  Oppy
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DOI 10.1007/s11841-011-0235-7
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