Trinity University, San Antonio
A lecture by Prof. Alexander Pruss (Baylor University)
Alexander Pruss, a mathematician and philosopher, will discuss how phenomena such as paradoxes of infinity and the elegant beauty of the laws of physics point to the existence of a cause for the universe. He will then examine whether this cause is likely to be God.
About the Speaker:
Alexander Pruss has doctorates both in philosophy and mathematics, and is currently Professor of Philosophy at Baylor University. His books include The Principle of Sufficient Reason: A Reassessment (Cambridge University Press), One Body: An Essay in Christian Sexual Ethics (Notre Dame University Press), and Actuality, Possibility and Worlds (Continuum). His research areas include metaphysics, philosophy of religion, Christian ethics, philosophy of mathematics and formal epistemology.