Gale on Omnipotence

Philo 6 (1):23-26 (2003)
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Abstract

This is a brief critical assessment of Richard Gale’s treatment of arguments for God’s non-existence which make appeal to the concept of omnipotence. I mostly agree with what Gale says, but have found some additional issues worth exploring

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