Jason Thibodeau is an assistant professor of philosophy at Georgia Perimeter College. He earned his PhD from UCSD, specializing in philosophy of language (with particular emphasis on the Ordinary Language Philosophers) but is ultimately more interested in philosophy of religion.
Abraham altruism Analyticity aseity Asura atheism awe Bible Boer Boghossian Brahman Brian Zamulinski Buddhism Chrisitanity Christianity conceivability cosmological argument Craig Dawkins Descartes Dilley distortion divine command theory Einstein Elie Wiesel Euthyphro Euthyphro dilemma Evil God free will defense Frege God Hume imagination indexicals Jerry Coyne Kant Kripke Kurtz leopard love Mackie Matt Flannagan meaning morality moral realism naturalism necessary existence non-theism obligation omnibenevolence omnipotence origins of life performatives personal identity philosophy Plantinga problem of evil Prometheus Putnam Quinn Rabbi Adam Jacobs Randal Rauser Rauser reference Schopenhauer skeptical theism teleological argument theism theological explanations ultimate reality Ward what am I? why believe? wonder Yod