Love’s labours

Love’s labours

A Frightening Love: Recasting the Problem of Evil

by Andrew Gleeson

Palgrave Macmillan, $127 hb, 172 pp, 9780230249752

The main aim of this book, which is written by a philosopher for other philosophers, is to take them to task for their failings. As Andrew Gleeson writes in his preface, ‘overall the book is a case study in the dissociation of a certain way of doing philosophy from its subject matter’.

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Published in September 2013 no. 354
Graham Oppy

Graham Oppy

Graham Oppy is Professor of Philosophy at Monash University and Chair of the Australasian Association of Philosophy. His next book – The Best Argument against God – is in press with Palgrave Macmillan.

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