Cosmology (Editiones Scholasticae)

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For instance, as recent work by Fred Sommers 1 suggests, the two-name theory of predication may have been done in more by Fregean fiat than by decisive arguments. The fourth way is like Anselm�s argument from absolute goodness: there must be an absolute standard of goodness which is the cause of the good that we see in lesser things. According to Ockham�s Razor, I should reject the first theory since it unnecessarily postulates the existence of a supernatural entity (invisible demons) when I can explain the phenomenon perfectly well with ordinary natural events (the wind).

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Publisher: Editions Scholasticae (September 30, 2013)

ISBN: 3868385312

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