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Earlier use of this argument for the necessity of evil?
I seem to recall hearing or reading that Augustine posited that perhaps evil as such did not exist, i.e., that evil is more a void or absence of existence. I think this line of reasoning is used to ...
Dec 11 '12 at 20:40
Paul A. Clayton
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