God and the Meanings of Life: What God Could and Couldn't Do to Make Our Lives More Meaningful,

2017.06.24 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews T. J. Mawson, God and the Meanings of Life: What God Could and Couldn't Do to Make Our Lives More Meaningful, Bloomsbury, 2016,
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2017.06.24 : View this Review Online | View Recent NDPR Reviews T. J. Mawson, God and the Meanings of Life: What God Could and Couldn't Do to Make Our Lives More Meaningful, Bloomsbury, 2016, 240pp., $29.95 (pbk), ISBN 9781474212540. Reviewed by Craig G. Bartholomew, Redeemer University College The last twenty-five years or so have witnessed a remarkable renaissance of interest among a minority of analytical philosophers in the question of the meaning of life, and this monograph provides a substantial contribution to that discussion. T. J. Mawson explains and affirms the legitimacy of the renaissance of interest in this question (Chapter 1), rightly insisting that the question cannot and should not be reduced to emotion and subjectivity, and helpfully positions his views throughout within the current debate. As the plural "Meanings" in the title indicates, a significant concern of Mawson's is to tease out and assess the variety of questions involved in the question of. . .

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