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physicotheology

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  • n. The view that evidence and sound arguments for God's existence can be derived from a study of the natural world; a study of the natural world intended to provide such evidence.

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Examples

  • (G├╝tersloh, 1877-79), is a fundamental work on natural and physicotheology by one sympathetic to the design argument.

    ENVIRONMENT AND CULTURE

  • (The topic of physicotheology was of concern to Kant throughout his career: Kant proposes a

    Kant's Aesthetics and Teleology

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