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    God and Factual Necessity.Adel Daher - 1970 - Religious Studies 6 (1):23 - 39.
    Many philosophers and philosophically oriented theologians hold that it is unreasonable to treat the statement ‘There is a God’ as analytic or logically true. As an existential statement, they argue, it is no different from any statement of its kind. Existential statements cannot be analytic, because contra-existential statements cannot be contradictory. To say, for example, that unicorns do not exist is simply to say that no entity satisfies the description ‘unicorn’. But this cannot be complex in the sense of entailing (...)
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    Divine and Conceptual Necessity.Adel Daher - 1982 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 29:34-47.
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    God and Logical Necessity.Adel Daher - 1969 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 18:160-171.
    THE position I am going to consider here is that the proposition ‘There is a God’ is tautologous and yet not vacuous. This position was held by Bowman Clarke in his article, ‘Linguistic Analysis and the Philosophy of Religion’. Clarke was trying to refute Findlay’s ontological disproof of the existence of God. So let me first go briefly over Findlay’s ontological disproof.
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  4. Books and Reviews.Adel Daher - 1981 - International Logic Review 23:65.
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  5. Recent Publications.Adel Daher - 1981 - International Logic Review 23:74.
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    Divine and Conceptual Necessity.Adel Daher - 1982 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 29:34-47.
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    The Coherence of God-Talk.Adel Daher - 1976 - Religious Studies 12 (4):445 - 465.
    God, as viewed by Muslims, Jews and Christians, is a transcendent being. To say that God is transcendent is to say, among other things, that spatiotemporal predicates do not apply to him. He is disembodied and absolutely immutable. God, nevertheless, is on this same view an agent. He makes things happen, he answers prayers, he judges, he forgives, he punishes, he guides, etc. The concept of God as a being worthy of worship seems to require that God be an absolutely (...)
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    Book reviews. [REVIEW]Adel Daher, George L. Stengren, C. Stephen Evans, A. H. Armstrong, Alan Donagan & David A. Pailin - 1981 - International Journal for Philosophy of Religion 12 (4):245-254.
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  9. Does Religion Have Its Own Logic?Adel Daher - 1981 - International Logic Review 23:46.
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    Divine and Conceptual Necessity.Adel Daher - 1982 - Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 29:34-47.
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