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I think that Leibniz's theodicy is an attempt to settle this paradox. He basically argues that there are three sorts of evil in the world : Metaphysical evil, which is necessary since only God himself can be perfect, therefore the world is not. Physical and moral evil, which are allowed to exist because they enable a greater good if one is able to look at ...


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Any set of laws, the resulting social and economic setting, as well as the emergent or directed norms generate a “religion”, a system of belief, a pattern of habits in individuals - a way of life. Any set of laws, social norms, any socio-politico-economic ecosystem is connected to, influences and shapes the individual by definition. Adhering to no religion ...


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I don't want to judge your statements based on logic (seems weak here from strict math logic), I just want to provide my perspective for your benefit. Your claim is actually most educated people think, kind of like materialism and empiricism, rejecting the existence of any non-material spirits or Platonic Forms. Well, same large amount of people of most ...


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