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Bruce Reichenbach
Augsburg College
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Review of Zagzebski's book, which develops a defense of the position that freedom is compatible with divine foreknowledge. After critiquing previous attempts at reconciliation, including Boethius, Ockham, and Molina, she develops her own view that the relation between God's knowledge and human existence must accord with human models of knowing.
Keywords God  foreknowledge  freedom  power entailment principles  middle knowledge  Thomist epistemology  theories of time  Ockam, William of
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DOI 10.1353/hph.1993.0002
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