Evil Beyond Beliefby James Petrik
Pub. Date: 05/31/2000
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Petrik (philosophy, Ohio U.) provides a text for an undergraduate course in the philosophy of religion that introduces and overviews the problem of evil. He discusses such aspects as the logical version of the problem of evil, a case for libertarianism, the matter of middle knowledge, natural evils, inscrutable evils, horrendous evils and the good of procreation, and belief beyond evil. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Table of ContentsThis book provides a descriptive, episodic yet analytical synthesis of industrialization in America. It integrates analysis of the profound economic and social changes taking place during the period between 1877 and the start of the Great Depression. Ten topicsvarieties of industrialization, questions of labor, immigration, urbanization, the Westward movement, the environment, transportation, power, politics, and the organization of workare examined with each subject illustrated by three case studies. The 30 case studies were selected as examples of the underlying principles of industrialization that cumulatively convey a comprehensive understanding of the era.
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