Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Kalam, taxicab fallacy, and atemporal causation

In this post I criticize the Kalam argument, but first some preliminary remarks about theistic views on God and time. Craig has a hybrid view of God and time where God is timeless sans creation and in time since the … Continue reading

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Inconceivable Minds

In Amber Ross’s recent dissertation ‘Inconceivable Minds’ she offers arguments against both property dualists and a recent form of physicalism.  Ross argues against two popular anti-physicalist arguments: the conceivability argument (a.k.a zombie argument) and the knowledge argument (a.k.a. Mary’s room).  … Continue reading

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