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Einar Duenger Bohn

Born in Norway in 1977. MA in philosophy from the University of Oslo 2004. PhD in philosophy from the University of Massachusetts Amherst 2009. (Supervisor: Jonathan Schaffer). Postdoc at the University of Oslo 2009-2011. Assistant professor in philosophy at the University of Oslo 2011-present. Areas of specialization: metaphysics, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion and philosophical logic. Personal website: www.einarduengerbohn.com

Email: e.d.bohn@ifikk.uio.no


 

ARTICLES:

The Logic of the Incarnation

Issue: 2:2 (The sixth issue)
The problem of the incarnation is that, supposedly, there once was a person who was both fully human and fully divine, at the same time, in the same place. But humanity entails being limited in certain ways, which is ruled out by divinity, and divinity entails not being limited in certain ways, which is ruled out by humanity. So, how can one and the same person have ever been fully human and fully divine?


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