Walter Kaufmann Quote: “It is widely assumed, contrary to…”

It is widely assumed, contrary to fact, that theism necessarily involves the two assumptions which cannot be squared with the existence of so much suffering, and that therefore, per impossibile, they simply have to be squared with the existence of all this suffering, somehow.

Walter Kaufmann


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Name: Walter Kaufmann
Profession: Philosopher
Nationality: German
Birthday: July 1, 1921
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