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Boghossian goes nuclear!

“You should never start at a maybe.” Peter Boghossian The philosopher Stephen Law, in his book Believing Bullshit has called this principle “Going nuclear!” [1]  ‘Going nuclear’ is obviously an analogy for laying waste to the entire argument one is in. In … Continue reading

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More on the evil god challenge

If you haven’t read it already then please go and read my earlier post on this subject entitled, ‘A response to the problem of an ‘evil god’ as raised by Stephen Law’. Have you done that? Good, now I can continue. … Continue reading

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A response to the problem of an ‘evil god’ as raised by Stephen Law

Stephen Law has suggested that arguments such as the cosmological and teleological arguments could serve equally well to support an evil god hypothesis. He says: “The challenge is to explain why the hypothesis that there exists an omnipotent, omniscient and … Continue reading

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