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planning, sighing, bending freezing
elegance, ease, candor, posturing-
They are Music out of Emptiness,
mist Condensing into Mushrooms!
Day and night they alternate in front of us without our knowing where they sprout. Enough! Enough! Morning and evening we've got them, wherever they come from.
IntroductionI thank mattrodstrom for agreeing to dialog with me on this topic. This debate will be about the existence of a priori knowledge and epistemic justification. I will be arguing that a priori knowledge or justification does exist and mattrodstrom will be arguing that it does not.TermsA priori knowledge and justification - A given proposition is knowable a priori if it can be known independent of any experience other than the experience of learning the language in which the proposition...
Resolution: The Light Side of the Force is superior to the Dark Side. Round breakdown: Round one- Accepting Round two, three- Arguments, rebuttals Round four- No new arguments, conclusion. I look forward to this. I've been wanting to do a Star Wars debate since rewatching the Hexalogy....
The Ontological Argument is seemingly one of the more popular arguments which Rationalistic theists like to employ in trying to prove the existence of God. The rudimentary version, as written by Anselm, essentially goes like this: -P1- One can conceive of something which is "Most Great" -P2- Existence is greater than non-existence --Conclusion--> the "Most Great" thing which was conceived of Must be existent, as existent things are more great than non-existent things. It has been arou...
The Ontological Argument is seemingly one of the more popular arguments which Rationalistic theists like to employ in trying to prove the existence of God. The rudimentary version, as written by Anselm, essentially goes like this: -P1- One can conceive of something which is "Most Great" -P2- Existence is greater than non-existence --Conclusion--> the "Most Great" thing which was conceived of Must be existent, as existent things are more great than non-existent things. It has been...
Piercings should not be allowed until the age of 14....
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