Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

Pragmatic Arguments and Belief in God (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

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Posted on 21 June 2012, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Reblogged this on Pragmatism and commented:

    Clifford is ever right! Naturalism is forced live and momentous for that more abundant life wilst theism lacks evidence and has only wishful thinking to support it. James believed in belief for its own sake!James recommnends only guess-work which often fails. I find him just another fool for woo!
    I heeby read him out of the pragmatic movement into the ” Transcendental Temptation,” what Paul Kurt calls the twin superstitons of the supernatural and the paranormal. He ranks with Sylvia Brown[e], James van Praagh and John Edwards!

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