Palgrave-Macmillan (2009)

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Pedro Tabensky
Rhodes University
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This collection explores the controversial and perhaps even abject idea that evils, large and small, human and natural, may have a central positive function to play in our lives. For centuries a concern of religious thinkers from the Christian tradition, very little systematic work has been done to explore this idea from the secular point of view.
Keywords Good and evil
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Call number BJ1401.P67 2009
ISBN(s) 0230219551   9780230219557
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