Shared by Spinozasgalt PEA Soup: Favorite objections to subjectivism
I’m interested to know what people think are the most compelling objections to subjectivism. I understand subjectivism to be the view that one has a reason to do something iff and because doing that thing would further something that one...
Shared by SpinozasgaltLowe on Metaphysical Nihilism | The Prosblogion
Lowe on Metaphysical NihilismKenny Pearce / 4 mins ago February 11, 2014Share on TumblrLike several other contributions to The Puzzle of Existence, the essay by the late E. J. Lowe is devoted to the question whether there might have been nothing. Lowe calls the view that there might have been nothin...
Shared by Spinozasgalt Why Do We Ask Why? | The Prosblogion
Why Do We Ask Why?Kenny Pearce / 1 min ago February 3, 2014Several of the essays in The Puzzle of Existence argue, in one way or another, that no non-trivial answer can be given to those who ask why there is something rather than nothing. This may be because the question is somehow confused or mista...
Shared by Spinozasgalt How Not to Refute an Argument from Moral Law for God’s Existence
Jerry Coyne just posted an article titled, “Paul Bloom debunks the ‘Moral Law argument for God.’” I found myself getting irritated as I read the article because it’s obvious Coyne doesn’t know what he is talking about.