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Date of Award

9-1971

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Department

Philosophy

Supervisor

John Thomas

Language

English

Abstract

The following intellectual exercise has as its purpose an evaluation of Antony Flew's neo-positivist falsifiability challenge to the meaningfulness of religious language and Ian Ramsey's attempt to meet that challenge via the use of models and qualifiers. The work: of other philosophers such as Frederick Ferré, William Austin, John Hick and Ronald Hepburn is also related to the points discussed by Flew and Ramsey

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