In this articles the author tries to reconstruct - basing on the consequences drawn from Michal Heller's hypothesis of mathematical world - what this philosopher should or could think about the problem of evil. In order to avoid a debate about how evil exists, if it exists at all, the author confront it's highly problematic character with a holistic principle of mathematical world. He thinks that this confrontation brings us to the situation where the quasi-scientific Heller's argumentation must be transformed to speculative theodicy.
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