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Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God
Donald Wayne Viney
by State University of New York Press
Written in English
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HARTSHORNE: Reason and logic, which are both scientific tools, are the foundation of my philosophy of the existence of God, which I believe is both sensitive to values and aligned with the sciences. I believe that the relationship of God to the cosmos is like the relation of a person to the cells of their body—"the world is God's body.". Hartshorne showed that traditional arguments for the existence of God could be formulated cogently when the idea of God for which they argued was a coherent one. Volume 20 of The Library of Living Philosophers is entitled The Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne, putting him in the company of Einstein, Russell, Sartre, Buber, and fellow Author: Emily Mace.
Charles Hartshorne (/ˈhɑrtsˌhɔrn/; June 5, – October 9, ) was an American philosopher who concentrated primarily on the philosophy of religion and metaphysics. He developed the neoclassical idea of God and produced a modal proof of the existence of God that was a development of St. Anselm's ontological argument. Hartshorne is also noted for developing Alfred North Whitehead's Born: ()June 5, Kittanning, Pennsylvania. Charles Hartshorne, a philosopher, theologian and educator who wrote more than 20 books and articles in a lifelong mission to prove that God was a .
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Viney, Don,Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God, Albany: State University of New York Press. –––,“The Varieties of Theism and the Openness of God: Charles Hartshorne and Free-Will Theism,” Personalist Forum, – Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God book book is enhanced by his style which is interesting, clear, and unpretentious, and by his simple, straightforward organization.
“In philosophy, arguments for God have acquired a new prominence in our times. No one I know has undertaken the task Viney has carried out in this book.
His effort to treat the global argument of Hartshorne is unique. This book presents Hartshorne’s philosophical theology briefly, simply, and vividly. Throughout the centuries some of the world’s most brilliant philosophers and theologians have held and perpetuated six beliefs that give the word God a meaning untrue to its import Cited by: Anselm's Discovery: A Re-Examination of the Ontological Proof of God's Existence by Charles Hartshorne avg rating — 7 ratings — published So, if one wants to judge Anselm's work on the "Ontological Proof for God's Existence," this book is a great one from a great philosopher.
This popular and important book was printed again in Anselm shows that we cannot prove that God does not exist 5/5(2). In a lucid and comprehensive study, Professor Viney presents an excellent critical analysis of Hartshorne s thought about God.
Demonstrating his thesis from many points of view (ontological, cosmological, teleological, moral, aesthetic, etc.), Viney deftly illustrates Hartshorne s belief that any one argument for God is inconclusive, but that many woven together make up a convincing.
Process Studies, Special Issue on the Philosophy of Charles Hartshorne, 21/2 (Summer). Towne, Edgar A. Two Types of Theism: Knowledge of God in the Thought of Paul Tillich and Charles Hartshorne. New York: Peter Lang. Viney, Donald Wayne.
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Charles Hartshorne believes that the ontological argument forces on us the disjunction, either "God exists" is true necessarily or "God exists" is false necessarily. This, he holds, is simply a logical extension of what Anselm discovered, for, as Anselm saw, God cannot be understood in the imperfect mode of contingency, whether as existing or.
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Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God. Charles Hartshorne, (born June 5,Kittanning, Pennsylvania, U.S.—died OctoAustin, Texas), American philosopher, theologian, and educator known as the most influential proponent of a “process philosophy,” which considers God a participant in cosmic evolution.
The descendant of Quakers and son of an Episcopalian minister, Hartshorne attended Haverford College before. Charles Hartshorne and the existence of God.
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Anselm's Discovery book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Did Anselm, in his Ontological Argument (first advanced around ), m /5.
Hartshorne’s neoclassical theism affirms a world of multiple creative agents in interaction with each other and with God (see “Charles Hartshorne: Dipolar Theism”). In Hartshorne’s view, God is affected by the creatures and, consequently, the divine experience is a complex reality, full of.
The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God by Donald W. Viney at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Unless we are forced to conceive God Himself in equally paradoxical terms--which might be called the question of philosophy--we are bound to stand by our meanings, God and all." This book, one of the handful of truly pathbreaking works in twentieth-century philosophical theology, presents Charles Hartshorne's persuasive rehabilitation of Anselm.
Charles Hartshorne and the Ontological Argument Aporia vol. 18 no. 1— Jo s h u a Er n s t T h e ontological argument distinguishes itself from the cosmological and teleological arguments for God’s existence because it is a priori, while the cosmological and teleological arguments are a posteriori.
One of the first to formulate the ontological argument was St. Anselm, theFile Size: KB. The book Charles Hartshorne and the Existence of God, by Donald Wayne Viney, is an admirably lucid, readable and accurate explication of Hartshorne's philosophy of God.
Its originality consists in an attempt to explain and defend Hartshorne's "global argument" for divine being - a combination of six arguments, which together are supposed to. Read this book on Questia. Anselm's Discovery: A Re-Examination of the Ontological Proof for God's Existence by Charles Hartshorne, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of Anselm's Discovery: A Re-Examination of the Ontological Proof for God's Existence ().
Two collections of Hartshorne's letters have so far been published: Hartshorne and Brightman on God, Process, and Person: The Correspondence,edited by Randall E. Auxier and Mark Y. A. Davies () and "Charles Hartshorne's Letters to a Young Philosopher: ," edited by Donald Wayne Viney, Logos-Sophia, Journal of the.Part of the problem is that the implications for time of that physics are inherently confusing even to the best physicists.
But however it is interpreted, its relation to the unique serial order of divine experiences, as Hartshorne long thought of God’s time, is problematic.
Hartshorne once spoke of. Author of Beyond humanism, Anselm's discovery, The divine relativity, Philosophers speak of God, Reality as social process, Existence and actuality, The philosophy and psychology of sensation, Man's vision of God, and the logic of theism.