God’s Deontic Perfection

Res Philosophica 90 (1):69-95 (2013)

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I offer part of an account of divine moral perfection. I defend the claim that moral perfection is possible, then argue that God has obligations, so that one part of his moral perfection must be perfection in meeting these. I take up objections to divine obligations, then finally offer a definition of divine deontic perfection

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Brian Leftow
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