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Knowledge, Cause, and Abstract Objects Causal Objections to Platonism
Why must an acceptable theory of modality be more fundamental than omnipotence? What reasons are there for preferring theistic conceptualism over Platonism? No doubt it would be the task of the theistic conceptualist to meet contemporary defenses of platonism.
But in fact I think this can and has been done. This is to say nothing of what other reasons we might have for preferring conceptualism over Platonism. So again it seems to me that you have not done much against the argument for God from abstract objects. As a side note, I really apologize if I came off as snarky! I really enjoyed your post and appreciated your response equally as much!
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He argues that Bergmann and Brower's argument doesn't refute theistic activism. Hi Wissam, Thanks for the pointer. I'll have to give it a close read, but I'm antecedently inclined to think that theism is compatible with platonism.
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My own concern is not primarily with compatibility. It is rather with whether theism is good or even decent evidence for theism. I'm still inclined to think it isn't. I myself lean toward platonism about propositions, properties, possible worlds, and the like. I think they're eternal, uncreated, existentially independent, necessarily existent beings that God if a god should exist did not create. Tacking God on to explain the data related to abstracta seems to needlessly complicate one's ontology, or so it seems to me.
Best, EA. I'm actually inclined to believe that platonism poses a problem for theism to some extent, given what I read about the subject esp.
You have also argued that in this post. Did you change your mind on the matter? I haven't read the alternative theories theists provide to reconcile abstracta with God, but I think they provide some sort of conceptualism. Hello, exapologist As Chad pointed above, it is difficult for the naturalist to account for the existence of abstract objects just by appealing to metaphysical necessity.
A metaphisically necessary being is still in need for an explanation. Thomists would argue that God is a metaphysically necessary being, and they defined God as a being whose essence is existence, which therefore explains why God exists. As I recall from reading your blog, you defend a version of the PSR that the naturalist might safely agree with. That being said, I still don't know how a naturalist can avoid a materialist world at all.
Hi Luis, There is a standard explanation amongst philosophers that I find persuasive: Just as in theoretical physics, we posit theoretical entities and attribute the relevant features to them when they are needed to explain the relevant data. Abstract objects are posited to explain a wide range of data, and they are posited to have necessary existence to do this adequately.
So, for example, mathematical truths are true in all possible worlds, and thus we posit the mathematical facts that make them true to exist in all possible worlds. Therefore, if conceivability is prima facie evidence of possibility, then we have a positive reason to doubt that it's possible for God to ground the necessity of mathematical truths. Post a Comment. In a previous post , I pointed out that there are over four dozen arguments for atheism.
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