About the author: Dr. Whitaker is a native of Tampa, Florida. He received his B.A. in Philosophy at Stetson University, and his M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy at the University of South Florida. He teaches philosophy, logic, and mathematics.2004 0-7734-6406-9
This study also contains a detailed review and analysis of theories of divine creation and their relation to theories of scientific cosmology. There are exhaustive analyses of arguments for the spatial and temporal extent of the world as a whole. There is a careful and extensive consideration of the various meanings which have been attached to the term “space” by both scientific as well as metaphysical thinkers, and important distinctions between the major concepts of space that have been hopelessly confused in most treatments. Last but not least, there are interesting and novel analyses of concepts of the spiritual and the noumenon.