Is the science community reluctant to consider the evidence to support some sort of higher intelligence?
Is Neil Barton's algebraic/ontological distinction equivalent to the actualist/possibilist distinction?
In a multiverse is it more likely that a universe is created by an intelligent being rather than chance?
If other versions of us existed on alternate worlds, would we be morally responsible for the actions of these alternate versions of us?
The supposed "knockdown argument" for Simulation Theory -- what did I miss? (IF we can create simulations indistinguishable from reality...)
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