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Is science an emergent phenomenon?

I often wonder if science is never-ending and the universe is finite or infinite in complexity. But perhaps, the universe and the scientific observations are infinite because science is an emergent ...
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For Agnostic philosophers, 'God' is a placeholder for anything that science can not explain? [closed]

Bertrand Russell: As a philosopher, if I were speaking to a purely philosophic audience I should say that I ought to describe myself as an Agnostic, because I do not think that there is a conclusive ...
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If we assume God exists, why isn't He doing something about all the wars and suffering on Earth? Is there a plan behind His reasoning? [duplicate]

Just so you know, I'm religious, I'm Christian. However, that doesn't stop me from wondering about this question. I'm sure someone must have asked a similar question before, so I'm sorry if I'm boring ...
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Why can't God be limited? [closed]

As far as I understand, many religions claim that God is perfect and unlimited in (almost) any way (e.g. the Christian God is often described as omniscient, omnibenevolent, omnipotent, omnipresent, ......
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What did Marcus Aurelius mean when he said, ". . . we can learn how man has contact with God"?

This is from Book 2, Meditation 12 (Maxwell Staniforth's translation): We should apprehend, too, the nature of death; and that if only it be steadily contemplated, and the fancies we associate with ...
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