Since his rediscovery by Alwin Plantinga in the 1970s, the
possibility of counterfactuals of freedom in Molinism has become
one of the main issues in the contemporary analytic philosophy of
religion. Notwithstanding this, Luis de Molina (1535-1600) remains
one of the most influential and least known authors of late
scholasticism and early modern philosophy. The papers collected in
this volume treat the whole range of issues posed by his
metaphysics as set out in his revolutionary "Concordia" and in his
practical philosophy - especially concerning law and economics - in
his groundbreaking work "De Justitia et Jure". They also examine
Molina's historical commitments and his influences on philosophy.
In this way this Companion offers the first comprehensive and
thorough overview of Molina's thought.
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