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    • Abelian mereology 

      Cotnoir, Aaron (2015) - Journal article
      In classical extensional mereology, composition is idempotent: if x is part of y, then the sum of x and y is identical to y. In this paper, I provide a systematic and coherent formal mereology for which idempotence fails. ...
    • “A Catholic reading guide to universalism” by Robert Wild 

      Smith, Kevin (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2016-06-01) - Book review
      Review of: Robert Wild, A Catholic Reading Guide to Universalism (Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2015)
    • The liberal Protestant influence on the musical plays of Oscar Hammerstein II circa 1943-1959 

      Bradley, Kathryn A. (University of St Andrews, 2013-06-25) - Thesis
      This thesis explores the American liberal Protestant religious influences on Oscar Hammerstein II, and investigates how they are manifested in his musical plays written with Richard Rodgers in the period 1943-1959. Identifying ...
    • The old question of Barth’s universalism: an examination with reference to Tom Greggs and T. F. Torrance 

      Koonz, Mark (St Mary's College, University of St Andrews, 2011-12-01) - Journal article
      In the course of reflecting on Tom Greggs' recent claim that Barth ‘did not reject universalism [...] only problematic elements associated with it’, Mark Koonz raises the fascinating question of Barth’s doctrinal position ...
    • Putting hell first : cruelty, historicism, and the missing moral theory of damnation 

      Perry, John (2016-02) - Journal article
      Recent work on the morality of hell spans the various subdisciplines of theology, with the ironic exception of theological ethics. An adequate defence of hell requires a positive account of how God’s eternally tormenting ...
    • Universalism and junk 

      Cotnoir, A.J. (2014) - Journal article
      Those who accept the necessity of mereological universalism face what has come to be known as the junk argument due to Bohn [2009], which proceeds from (i) the incompatibility of junk with universalism and (ii) the possibility ...