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Grand Inquisitor

(Text as at 18/12/2010 12:00:00)

(For earlier versions of this Note, see the table at the end)


This is a place-holder1. Currently, just see the Heythrop reading-list below. The recommended text (marked “(*)”) is by Bauckham.

The lectures ("Fowler (Charlotte) - Evil and Suffering: Protest Atheism") didn’t actually cover the Grand Inquisitor, though it did cover Ivan Karamazov.

The student presentation was "Heythrop Student - Seminar Paper: Philosophy of Religion - Ivan Karamazov's Rejection of God and Possible Challenges to this Rejection".

Books / Articles



In-Page Footnotes:

Footnote 2: In addition to the original paper by Chignell, there are the following Footnote 3: I have "Camus (Albert), Gilbert (Stuart) - Physical Suffering and the Justice of God", taken from Michael L. Peterson (Ed.) – The Problem of Evil: Selected Readings.

Footnote 4: I have "Dostoyevsky (Fyodor), Magarshack (David) - The Brothers Karamazov", and the extract "Dostoyevsky (Fyodor) - Rebellion".

Footnote 5: This book is out of print and hugely expensive. I found "Williams (Rowan) - Dostoevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction", which may investigate similar themes, though presumably from a more positively theistic perspective.


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Previous Version of this Note:

Date Length Title
20/11/2010 07:23:31 1342 Grand Inquisitor



Note last updated Reading List for this Topic Parent Topic
18/12/2010 12:00:00 None available Heythrop - Philosophy of Religion

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Awaiting Attention (Religion)        

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Heythrop - Philosophy of Religion Stephen Fry on Natural Evil      

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References & Reading List

Author Title Medium Source Read?
Adams (Marilyn McCord) & Sutherland (Stewart) Horrendous Evils and the Goodness of God Paper - Cited Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Supplementary Volumes, Vol. 63, (1989), pp. 297-323 12%
Basinger (David) Infant Suffering: A Response to Chignell Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Religious Studies, Vol. 35, No. 3 (Sep., 1999), pp. 363-369 33%
Camus (Albert), Gilbert (Stuart) Physical Suffering and the Justice of God Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract From The Plague, by Albert Camus, translated by Stuart Gilbert. No
Camus (Albert), Gilbert (Stuart) The Plague Book - Cited Camus (Albert), Gilbert (Stuart) - The Plague No
Chignell (Andrew) Infant Suffering Revisited Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Religious Studies, Vol. 37, No. 4 (Dec., 2001), pp. 475-484 22%
Chignell (Andrew) The Problem of Infant Suffering Paper - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Religious Studies, Vol. 34, No. 2 (May, 1998), pp. 205-217 17%
Dostoyevsky (Fyodor) Rebellion Paper - Cited The Brothers Karamazov; Rowe & Wainwright - Philosophy of Religion No
Dostoyevsky (Fyodor), Magarshack (David) The Brothers Karamazov Book - Cited Dostoyevsky (Fyodor), Magarshack (David) - The Brothers Karamazov No
Fowler (Charlotte) Evil and Suffering: Protest Atheism Paper - Cited High Quality Abstract Heythrop Lecture Hand-out, 2010 Yes
Heythrop Student Seminar Paper: Philosophy of Religion - Ivan Karamazov's Rejection of God and Possible Challenges to this Rejection Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Seminar Hand-out, 2010 Yes
Nobis (Nathan) 'Balancing out' Infant Torture and Death: A Reply to Chignell Paper - Cited Low Quality Abstract Religious Studies, Vol. 37, No. 1 (Mar., 2001), pp. 103-108 33%
Rowe (William L.) & Wainwright (William), Eds. Philosophy of Religion Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Bibliographical details to be supplied 5%
Vardy (Peter) Heythrop MA Philosophy of Religion Lectures Box Book - Cited (via Paper Cited) Bibliographical details to be supplied 93%
Vardy (Peter) The Puzzle of Evil Book - Cited Low Quality Abstract Vardy (Peter) - The Puzzle of Evil 3%
Williams (Rowan) Dostoevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction Book - Cited Medium Quality Abstract Williams (Rowan) - Dostoevsky: Language, Faith and Fiction 2%



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