ESN Author Mark Hansard continues his series on faith and reason with an exploration of the problem of evil in the work of contemporary philosopher Eleonore Stump. For the rest of Mark’s series, click here. Eleonore Stump’s book Wandering in Darknessis a unique contribution to the literature on the problem of evil. Stump holds the […]
faith and reason series
Faith and Reason Part 7: Plantinga, Continued
Looking for a contemporary philosopher wrestling with questions of faith and reason? Read on for more on Alvin Plantinga.
Faith and Reason Part 6: Plantinga
Plantinga has singlehandedly changed the debate in several areas of analytic philosophy.
Faith and Reason, Part 5: Hume
David Hume (1711–1776) was a Scottish philosopher and historian well known for his arguments against traditional Christian theism that had a great impact on the Enlightenment.
Faith and Reason Part 4: Locke
An important part to Locke’s project concerned epistemology, a branch of philosophy that defines knowledge. Epistemology deals with questions such as “What is knowledge, and how do we know when we have it?”