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William of Occam, another Franciscan, is generally regarded as the last of the great medieval philosophers. Frank Baum posed this question in The Wizard of Oz, with the Tin Woodsman. Cohen is well aware that this conception of God has little to do with the scriptural notion of a personal God, but he praises the Hebrew prophets for contributing to the progress of mankind through their non-mythological conception of God, through their concern for ethics, and through their belief in the coming of the Messiah, which for Cohen is the symbol for mankind's advance toward ever greater moral perfection.

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Publisher: BookSurge Publishing (May 25, 2009)

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