Can we Prove that God Exists, and Does it Matter Whether We Can?
|Datum:||26. Januar 2023|
About the lecture
Peter Adamson's primary areas of interest are late ancient philosophy and Arabic philosophy. In the lecture for the Digital Open Day, he asks the question, if we can prove that God exists and if it matters, whether we can.
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