3. Philosophers Speak of God moderated by Gene Bammel




The concept of “God” has intrigued philosophers from the very dawn of philosophy. Thales, sometimes call the first philosopher of the Greek world, said, “All things are full of gods.” Since then, philosophers from Plato to Spinoza to Whitehead have speculated about the existence, nature, and attainability of God or gods. This course will examine what various philosophers, ancient and modern, have had to say about God.