Friday, September 21, 2012
Boudry on Plantinga
I rag on philosophers often as being obscurantists, nit-pickers, and lovers of gratuitous complexity. But sometimes there are exceptions. I have some expertise in English composition as well as both general and religious philosophy, and Maarten Boudry's review of Alvin Plantinga's book, Where the Conflict Really Lies. Science, Religion and Naturalism, is a masterpiece of philosophy and perfect compositional technique.
The review appears in the International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Group Newsletter, September/October 2012starting on page 21 [linkrot fixed]. (via Larry Moran)