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Looking for an introduction to "possible worlds" aimed at the deeply skeptical

Similarly, I understand that one can replace "set of possible worlds" with an arbitrary graph, so that each of the graph's nodes is now a "world". In this case, the resulting ...
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Am I still the same person as I was yesterday?

There are at least two answers to the question "Am I still the same person as I was yesterday". Yes, and No. It might be helpful to think of it with a fractal comparison. How long is the ...
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Based on these 8 beliefs, which school of philosophy should I focus on?

Your 8 points don't make for a single coherent philosophy, but many of them are compatible with a family of open minded pragmatic empiricists. Karl Popper is a leading figure in what I recommend. He ...
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Do any philosophers say surreal numbers are reason to doubt platonism?

A lot of mathematicians consciously hold on to Mathematical Platonism. For example, Penrose in The Emperor's New Mind said there appears: to be some profound reality about these mathematical concepts,...
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Mussolini on Nietzsche

Have a look at this: https://forum.termometropolitico.it/657284-benito-mussolini-filosofia.html I think this is a very revealing piece by Mussolini from November to December 1908, setting out ...
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Does Plantinga view God as knowing precisely what a human being will choose to do?

Are belief and knowing different constraints? (Semantic clarification required) Pike made God temporally constrained - which I believe (sic) is problematic for an omniscient being anyway - we know ...
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