Essay heading: Leibniz's problem of evil

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Unfortunately, the last universal assumption we have come to associate with God, according to Leibniz, is his unlimited power (261). Which means if God does exist (and, therefore, is all-good and all-knowing), he would undeniably use his power to eliminate the world's evils. Because of this, Leibniz reasons, one may be tempted to conclude that by conceding God's incentive and ability to make such a choice, one is indirectly disproving his/her existence altogether...
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Unfortunately, the last universal assumption we have come to associate with God, according to Leibniz, is his unlimited power (261). Which means if God does exist (and, therefore, is all-good and all-knowing), he would undeniably use his power to eliminate the world's evils. Because of this, Leibniz reasons, one may be tempted to conclude that by conceding God's incentive and ability to make such a choice, one is indirectly disproving his/her existence altogether...
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