Monthly Archives: March 2016

Why is There Anything?

Why is there something rather than nothing?  A common answer is that something is necessary.  In a recent paper, Joshua Rasmussen & Christopher Weaver argue for a thesis they call necessary foundation: “there is a necessarily existing concrete thing or … Continue reading

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William Lane Craig says he does not know how they would respond to his three points against Atheistic Moral Platonism

In this video Craig offers three criticisms to what he calls atheistic moral Platonism. (I suspect Christian Platonists about morality, like Terence Cuneo, would object to this term. And, I have never seen any metaethicist ever use this term. It … Continue reading

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