101 Philosophy Problems

101 Philosophy Problems
by Cohen, Martin.
Publication: London ; New York Routledge, 2002.

Cover Ten logical loops and paradoxical problems to get started with Problem 8 Sorites The Greeks were great ship builders. Because of the esteem the craft was held in, the old timbers were kept, even down to the original, now bent and rusty, nails, by the proud citizens, with a view to making a sculpture tribute some day. As before, all the old bits were stored carefully. Ten religious problems (Raised by an annoying parishioner on a wet Sunday afternoon, with the Vicar.) PARISHIONER:  [Problem 81] If God’s so good, how come the world’s not better?

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