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19 votes

Is Andalusi/Rasmussen's proof for the existence of God correct?

11 votes

What's the solution to Sorites paradox?

9 votes

What if all sets contain themselves?

9 votes

The location of a single object in empty space

9 votes

Do decolonialists have to attack science and modernity?

8 votes

Can happiness be purely a state of mind?

8 votes

Is life the root cause of all suffering?

7 votes

I have seven steps to conclude a dualist reality. Which of these steps are considered controversial/wrong?

6 votes

Does the simplicity of a theory merely play an aesthetic role or a truthful role?

6 votes

Does Euclidean geometry implicitly assume an observer?

6 votes

How can we denote objects that no longer exist?

5 votes

What does it mean for something to be "more likely"? Whether you would bet on it? Whether history suggests it to be true? Or both?

5 votes

How should one treat probability in taking a decision?

5 votes

Why are the existence of obstacles to our will considered a counterargument to solipsism?

4 votes

How can we know anything is false, based on subjective guesswork?

4 votes

How is the term "existence" even defined for things other than your subjective experience?

4 votes

Which philosophers have considered irrational conviction

4 votes

Does every possible event have non-zero probability?

4 votes

Artificial intelligence ChatGPT said that solipsism is true. Any evidence of solipsism?

4 votes

Justifying God's existence by our existence

4 votes

About Religion and Science

3 votes

What is the definition of a law of physics, really?

3 votes

The Turing-Asimov Dilemma

3 votes

Does the imagination qualify as any form of evidence?

3 votes

What is the limit to how much humanity can advance in the physical sciences?

3 votes

Why was Camus wrong that suicide is a really serious philosophical problem, let alone the fundamental question of philosophy?

3 votes
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"We will never have the answers to everything, and God could be an answer to something, so a God may exist" as an argument against anti-theism?

2 votes

Why did it take 3000 years for theories of mathematical foundations to emerge?

2 votes

What is meant by abstract concepts and concrete concepts? Aren't the former tautologous and latter contradictory?

2 votes
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What is the difference between Nietzsche view on suffering and the Epicurean view on suffering?