Philosophy in Review 39 (2):61-65 (2019)

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C. A. McIntosh
Cornell University (PhD)
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Keywords Aseity  Platonism  Conceptualism  Philosophical Theology  Analytic Theology  Anti-Realism  Coherence of Theism  Divine Attributes
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