An atheist philosopher's new book wages a powerful assault on materialist naturalism. (RT @DrJohnFrame: "Why Darwinist Materialism is Wrong": Alvin Plantinga's review of Thomas Nagel's Mind and Cosmos.
The laws of thought are fundamental axiomatic rules upon which rational discourse itself is based. The rules have a long tradition in the history of philosophy and logic. They are laws that guide and underlie everyone's thinking, thoughts, expressions, discussions, etc.
I think I shall have to write a number of posts on this exciting and idea-rich book by one of our best philosophers. Here is the first. Short (128 pp.) and programmatic, Thomas Nagel's new book explores the prospects of...
Physicists Debate the Many Varieties of Nothingness Yahoo! News (blog) "You're still in thrall to Christian metaphysics," he charged. "You see the laws of quantum field theory as divine commands. It used to be that nothing plus God equals universe.
Today I preach on a text from Joseph Joubert: Light. It is a fire that does not burn. (Notebooks, 21) Just as the eyes are the most spiritual of the bodily organs, light is the most spiritual of physical phenomena....
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I really like this piece by the Maverick Philosopher. Deep.
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