In Deane-Peter Baker (ed.), Alvin Plantinga. Cambridge University Press (2007)

Peter Van Inwagen
University of Notre Dame
Alvin Plantinga has recently turned his attention to materialism. More precisely, he has turned his attention to the thesis that philosophers of mind call materialism.[i] This thesis can be variously formulated. In this essay, I will take “materialism” to be the conjunction of the following two theses.
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