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Master of Arts (MA)
In this thesis I argue that the common philosophical strategy of arguing from the laws of nature to the impossibility of miracles fails. I argue that miracles, defined as events which are unusual, supernaturally caused events of religious significance, are indeed possible. I then consider what evidence would be required in order for one to justifiably believe that such an event had occurred.
Jankunis, Frank, "The Philosophy of Miracles" (2008). Open Access Dissertations and Theses. Paper 5636.
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