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Can axiomatic (in-)dependence provide insights to the relation between natural and supernatural?

You say "dependent on the same axioms", but as I understand, theories in physics, biology, chemistry etc all have different axioms. You cannot describe nature with a coherent and unified set ...
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In traditional philosophy, what is the opposite to "Intelligent Design theory"?

Back in the 17th and 18th centuries science and philosophy were heavily influenced by Deism: the belief that God created the universe and all its natural laws, but never interferes in it, leaving ...
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In traditional philosophy, what is the opposite to "Intelligent Design theory"?

If you find some rock in the wild, what's the "opposite" of a person having placed it there? That's an odd question to ask. You can come up with other possible explanations, but those aren't ...
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In traditional philosophy, what is the opposite to "Intelligent Design theory"?

The TLDR is simple. The opposite of ID is evolution. My concern is that almost no intelligent and logical person would argue for a pure naturalism of this world. Actually successful professional ...
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In traditional philosophy, what is the opposite to "Intelligent Design theory"?

Intelligent Design theory or ID is the position that various aspects of the universe cannot be explained in terms of pure chance or purely non-teleological forces. ID proponents argue that various ...
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