The Providence of God according to Richard Swinburne: A Critical Study under the Guidance of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Keywords: 
Divine providence
Richard Swinburne
 Materias Investigacion::Teología y Ciencias religiosas
Materias Investigacion::Arte y Humanidades::Filosofía
Issue Date: 
29-Jun-2016
Defense Date: 
14-Jun-2016
Citation: 
MBONIMPA, Alex. “The Providence of God according to Richard Swinburne: A Critical Study under the Guidance of St. Thomas Aquinas”. Moros, E. (dir.). Tesis doctoral. Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona, 2016
Abstract
A great part of this study will be dedicated to elucidating his concept of the good. Since “one opposite is known through the other,”8 it is evident that unless there is a correct conception of the good, it will not be possible to approach the problem of evil in an adequate manner. Moreover, since “providence pertains only to that knowledge which is concerned with means to ends and in so far as these means are ordained to ends,”9 studying the concept of good and how this can be applied in theodicy will not be a diversion from the topic of providence but rather a treatment of what is essential to it.

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