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By Albert Camus

Poser l. a. query du monde absurde, c’est demander : “Allons-nous accepter le désespoir, sans rien faire ?” Je believe que personne d’honnête ne peut répondre oui.

Entre 1942 et 1951, Albert Camus rédige, entre autres, los angeles Peste, Les Justes et L’Homme révolté. Si ce deuxième quantity des Carnets témoigne de ces créations en devenir, il accueille aussi les instants essentiels d’une vie et l’histoire en teach de se faire – l’épuration, l. a. guerre froide.... S’y révèlent une moral sense en motion, un homme dans toute sa fragilité, épris de beauté.

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9 Compatibilists are better served to simply bite the bullet and insist that God is the efficacious cause of every event, but then go on to try to argue that a person’s action on some occasion can be evil, whereas God’s causing the person to perform that action can be good. This happens whenever God causes the individual to perform some action because he sees that the individual’s doing so somehow serves some greater good, whereas the individual performs the action out of selfish or otherwise sinful motives.

9 Compatibilists are better served to simply bite the bullet and insist that God is the efficacious cause of every event, but then go on to try to argue that a person’s action on some occasion can be evil, whereas God’s causing the person to perform that action can be good. This happens whenever God causes the individual to perform some action because he sees that the individual’s doing so somehow serves some greater good, whereas the individual performs the action out of selfish or otherwise sinful motives.

Even though the latter kind of evidence can be formulated into arguments, most natural theologians have focused on the former kind of argument. And there is a further, significant difference. The natural theologian who begins from general features of nature usually aims to arrive only at that subset of religious beliefs called theism. The person who believes in God on the basis of a historical revelation accompanied by miracles is much more likely to accept theism only as a part of a more inclusive set of beliefs.

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