By Steve Koppes October 4, 2012
-- Portland, Oregon,January 21, 2012
What gives sufficiency to explanation is that mystery is taken away,for example, through the citing of relevant reasons, not thatprobability is increased. (Pruss 2006: 157)
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One worry with understanding the PSR is that it may lead to adeterministic account that not only bodes ill for the success of theargument but on a libertarian account may be incompatible with thecontention that God created freely. Pruss, however, envisions no suchdifficulty.
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