Against Trinitarian Enthusiasm: The Approach of Relative Identity Logic to the Trinity

Reportata. Passato E Presente Della Teologia 13 (2015)
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Abstract

The theorizing about the doctrine of the Trinity by contemporary analytic philosophers of religion has recently been imbued with an air of enthusiastic excitement and self-confidence. My intuition is that there’s room for saying something more in support to the embarrassment and puzzlement traditionally related to the predication of God’s onefoldness and threefoldness. My purpose is to deliver a general argument for (weak) trinitarian skepticism. My view is that the argument provides substantive reasons in support to the common sense intuition that either God’s onefoldness and threefoldness aren’t actually compatible or God’s onefoldness and threefoldness aren’t robustly construed.

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Daniele Bertini
University Of Rome 2, Tor Vergata

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