C. S. Lewis's critique of Hume's “on miracles”

Faith and Philosophy 25 (2):154-171 (2008)
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In this article I argue that C. S. Lewis is both a perceptive reader and trenchant critic of David Hume’s views on miracle
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DOI 10.5840/faithphil200825214
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