Tim O’Connor on Freedom, Human Persons, and the Problem of Evil (Full Interview)

From Studio Interview with Tim O'Connor

  • September 11, 2012
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CCT Associate Director Tom Crisp interviews Tim O’Connor (Professor of Philosophy, Indiana University) on neuroscience and human freedom, the nature of human persons, and the existential problem of evil in The Brothers Karamazov.

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  • Tim O'Connor  

    • Presidential Visiting Scholar
  • Thomas M Crisp  

    • Associate Director, Center for Christian Thought
    • Associate Professor of Philosophy, Biola University

In this collection

  • The Existential Problem of Evil and The Brothers Karamazov

    Tim O’Connor (Indiana University) reflects on the psychological, existential nature of the problem of evil, and looks to Dostoevsky’s Father Zossima of The Brothers Karamazov for an answer.

  • Jesus, the Grand Inquisitor, and the Problem of Evil

    Tim O’Connor (Indiana University) considers Dostoevsky’s “The Grand Inquisitor” as an expression of the problem of evil.

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    8. Tim O’Connor on Freedom, Human Persons, and the Problem of Evil (Full Interview)

    by Tim O'Connor and Thomas M Crisp

    54:24 — September 11, 2012

    Tim O’Connor on Freedom, Human Persons, and the Problem of Evil (Full Interview)

    CCT Associate Director Tom Crisp interviews Tim O’Connor (Professor of Philosophy, Indiana University) on neuroscience and human freedom, the nature of human persons, and the existential problem of...

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