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You’re making a mistake. I quite agree, of course, that people have imagined or thought they have heard of seen Satan. I don’t think the animal refrains from arguing within himself, “Master will be angry if I do this. But I don’t know that there are. You’ve got to take account of the effects of actions and your feelings toward those effects.

I mean, the explanation of one thing is another thing which makes the other thing dependent on yet another, and you have to grasp this sorry scheme of things entire to do what you want, and that we can’t do.

Debate Sobre La Existencia De Dios

rebate Take rebate case of a non-Christian, Plotinus. Please remember that I’m not saying that a mystic’s mediation or interpretation of his experience should be immune from discussion or criticism.

No, but I think that the good effect would attest your veracity in describing your experience. Take the proposition “if there is a contingent being then there is a Necessary Being. I haven’t committed suicide, I’m glad to say, but I have been strongly influenced in the taking of two important steps in my life by two biographies.

It’s not a general dogma — it’s a particular thing. Is that what you’re saying, because if so, it wants a bit of arguing. Then you’d say that there’s no criterion outside feeling that will enable one to distinguish between the behavior of the Commandant of Belsen and the behavior, xe, of Sir Stafford Cripps or the Archbishop of Canterbury.

Russelp same is true when the physicists look for causes. The dogmatic position behind it seems to be this: Edit this record Mark as duplicate Export citation Find it on Scholar Request removal from index Translate to english Revision history.


That sounds well but isn’t in fact correct. As for things not having a cause, the physicists assure us that individual quantum transitions in atoms have no cause. It’s no longer a moral “ought. Personally, I think that your way of accounting for man’s moral judgments leads inevitably to a contradiction between what your theory demands and your own spontaneous judgments. You see, I don’t believe that the infinity of the series of events — I mean a horizontal series, so to speak — if such an infinity could be proved, would be in the slightest degree relevant to the situation.

But if you say “Yes, God is the cause of the world” you’re using God as a proper name; then “God exists” will not be a statement that has meaning; that is the position that I am maintaining. Then I can only say you’re looking for something which can’t be got, and which one ought not to expect to get.

Well, to say that there isn’t any cause is not the same thing as saying that we shouldn’t look for a cause. I remember Julian Huxley in some lecture saying that religious experience, or mystical experience, is as much a real experience as falling in love or appreciating poetry and art.

The logic that I believe in is comparatively new, and russelll I have to imitate Aristotle in making a fuss about it; skbre it’s not that I think it’s all philosophy by any means — I don’t think so. I cannot see how science could be conducted on any other assumption than that of order and intelligibility in nature. We know that an animal, if punished habitually for a certain sort of act, after a time will refrain. Find it on Scholar. If you had admitted this, we could then have discussed whether that being is personal, good, and so on.

Juan Luis Gonzalez-Santander – – Studium 41 1: To say that a Necessary Being is a being that must exist and cannot not exist has for me a definite meaning.

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I don’t think he’d say so. But still I agree that the validity of such an interpretation of a man’s conduct depends on the recognition of God’s existence, obviously. I think the persons who think they do are deceiving themselves. Brentano, Misc ddios 19th Century Philosophy categorize this paper.

No, I think these questions are logically distinct. Science Logic and Mathematics.


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

If the word “cause” were meaningless or if it could be shown that Kant’s view of the matter were correct, the question would be illegitimate I agree; but you don’t seem to hold that the word “cause” is meaningless, and I do not suppose you are a Kantian. Yes, but that’s a point to be proved. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access resources via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy.

Well, I think the sense of “ought” is the effect of somebody’s imagined disapproval, it may be God’s imagined disapproval, but it’s somebody’s imagined disapproval. The moral law, for example, is always changing. Surely Hitler would be the only possible judge of what appealed to his emotions.

No, but if you were making a utilitarian rebate of right and wrong in terms of consequences, it might be held, and I suppose some of the Nazis of 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.

I can’t prove that the things are not yellow, there isn’t any proof, but most people agree with him that they’re not yellow, and most people agree with me that the Commandant of Belsen was existenia mistakes.

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At any rate it is more reasonable to suppose that he had that experience if we’re willing to accept Porphyry’s account of Plontinus’ general kindness and benevolence.

Isn’t it because he’s in the minority? Back to Home Page.

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. However, you say, I think, that it is illegitimate to raise the question of what will explain the existence of any particular object.