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Reflexiones sobre la existencia de Dios

Only contingent being can have a cause. Well, I can’t see how you can rule out the legitimacy of asking the exiatencia how the total, or anything at all comes to be there.

Therefore, I should say, since objects or events exist, and since no object of experience contains within itself the reason of its existence, this reason, the totality of objects, must have a reason external to itself. In any case, I don’t see how physicists can fail to accept the theory in practice, even if they don’t do so in theory.

They certainly were, I agree, very painful and unpleasant to all the people in the camp. It’s no longer a moral “ought. The actual basic experience at any rate is most easily explained on the hypotheses that there is actually some objective cause of that experience. I really don’t see how it can be conveyed to anybody in other terms than itself.

And I can’t admit any circumstances in which certain kinds of behavior, such as you have been discussing, would do good. You say, I think that the universe — or my existence if you prefer, or any other existence — is unintelligible?

And since in any case you won’t get more than probability that’s good enough. Again, even if all modern logicians held that metaphysical terms are meaningless, it would not follow that they were right.

Debate Sobre La Existencia De Dios

Lorenzo Vicente Burgoa – – Ciencia Tomista But in another sense he’s loving what he perceives to be a value. But still I agree that the validity of such an interpretation of a man’s exishencia depends on the recognition of God’s existence, obviously. I don’t have any justification any more than I have when I distinguish between blue and yellow. Well, in the same sense we had before about the characters in fiction.

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No, but if it could actually be proved that the belief was actually responsible for a good effect on a man’s life, I should consider it a presumption in favor of some truth, at any rate of the positive part of the belief not of its entire validity. I have made use of his argument from contingent to Necessary Being, basing the argument on the principle of sufficient reason, simply because it seems to me a brief and clear formulation of what is, in my opinion, the fundamental metaphysical argument for Russe,l existence.


Yes, that’s my position. Brentano, Misc in 19th Century Philosophy. No, but if you were making a utilitarian explanation of right and wrong in terms of consequences, it might be held, and I suppose debatte of the Nazis exisgencia the better type would have held that although it’s lamentable to have to act in this way, yet the balance in the long run leads to greater happiness.

Without going into the question of what it is precisely that influences him I should say a real value I think that the situation of that man and of the mystic are different. But at the same time, it is not, I think, the phantom as such that the young man loves; he perceives a real value, an idea which he recognizes as objectively valid, and that’s what excites his love.

For example, would you agree that if God does not exist, human beings and human history can have no other purpose than the purpose they choose to give themselves, which — in practice — is likely to mean the purpose which those impose who have the power to impose it?

Fr. Copleston vs. Bertrand Russell: The Famous BBC Radio Debate on the Existence of God

I don’t see why one should expect it to have And that existence, in fact, quite definitely is not ls predicate. The moral law, for example, is always changing. Well, the series of events is either caused or it’s not caused.

Argumento de San anselmo. I think that Professor Dingle, of London University, maintains that the Heisenberg uncertainty principle tells us something about the success or the lack of it of the present atomic theory in correlating observations, but not about nature in itself, and many physicists would accept this view.

I should reply to that line of argument that the whole argument from our own mental states to something outside us, is a very tricky affair. Why do we intellectually condemn the color-blind man? But I do not think that people have claimed to have experienced Satan in the precise way in which mystics claim to have experienced God. That seems to be an experience of the same sort as mystics’ experience of God, and I don’t seek that from what mystics tell us you can get any argument for God which is not equally an argument for Satan.


I think it’s an important part of philosophy, and when I say that, I don’t find a meaning for this or that word, that is a position of detail based upon what I’ve found out about that particular word, from thinking about it.

It is not direct feeling about the act by which I should judge, but rather a feeling as to the effects. To Adolf Hitler we suppose it appeared as something good and desirable, I suppose you’d have to admit that for Hitler it was good and for you it is evil.

If “behaviorism” were true, there would be no objective moral distinction between the emperor Nero and St. You would then be influenced by an object that you’d loved, but it wouldn’t be an existing object.

The metaphysician assumes that there is sense in looking for the reason or cause of phenomena, and, not being a Kantian, I consider that the metaphysician is as justified in his assumption as the physicist.

Monthly downloads Clpleston, there zobre not enough data points to plot this chart. First, that the existence of God can be philosophically proved by a metaphysical argument; secondly, that it is only the existence of God that will make sense of man’s moral experience and of religious experience. I do mean by “author of the moral law” an arbitrary author of the moral law.

I quite agree, of course, that people have imagined or thought they have heard of seen Satan. International Journal of Philosophy 20 3: I can only take what is recorded as I should take other records and I do find that a very great many things are reported, and I am sure you would not accept things about demons and devils and what not — and they’re reported in exactly the same tone of voice and with exactly the same conviction.