Date Thesis Awarded
Honors Thesis -- Open Access
Bachelors of Arts (BA)
The objective of this inquiry is to establish the compatibility of free operation in the divine essence given that God is omniscient, and immutable. As such, this inquiry differs from conventional philosophical debate surrounding the divine attributes and creaturely freedom. Chapter I will respond to the antinomy of God’s foreknowledge and divine freedom, and offers a theory for divine freedom and foreknowledge compatibilism from the theory of truthmaking. Chapter II will respond to the antinomy of divine freedom and immutability, and offers a Neo-Thomist account of freedom to explain free action in the divine essence.
Rounds, Tanja T., "On Certain Antinomies of Freedom: Divine Foreknowledge and Immutability" (2022). Undergraduate Honors Theses. William & Mary. Paper 1774.
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