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The author develops a positive ethical theory based on a method of ethics first formulated by Robert Adams. Smith's theory belongs to the tradition of perfectionism or self-realization ethics and builds on Thomas Hurka's recent theory of perfectionism. In his consideration of philosophy of religion, Smith concludes that there is a sound "logical argument from evil" that takes into account Alvin Plantinga's free-will defense and undermines monotheism, paving the way to a naturalistic pantheism.
|3||Ordinary Language Analysis||44|
|4||The Essentialists' Method of Linguistic Analysis||93|
|5||Essentialist Philosophy of Religion||126|
|Conclusion: Naturalistic Pantheism||222|