Is Naturalism Inescapable?

Analysis 43 (3):153 - 155 (1983)

Abstract

Hume, Mill, And more recent thinkers have argued that the teleological conception of the universe must in the end revert to naturalism. I think these arguments are poor ones. As many have believed that a naturalistic universe is one in which man's life could have no meaning, I thought it important to spell out my grounds for this assessment

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