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23 votes
24 answers
8k views

Is infinity a number?

10 votes
11 answers
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The Turing-Asimov Dilemma

10 votes
15 answers
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Mathematical Platonism. Are numbers real?

9 votes
2 answers
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Is "may exist" and "may not exist" a negation that isn't a contradiction?

8 votes
12 answers
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Can a definition be true/false?

7 votes
9 answers
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Is skepticism invincible?

6 votes
8 answers
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The Mediocrity Principle, The Laws of Nature and Free Will

6 votes
10 answers
4k views

What is a philosophical interpretation of Bayes’s theorem when one of the probabilities is zero?

5 votes
1 answer
252 views

Mathematics & Logic (Boolean Algebra)

4 votes
7 answers
5k views

What is the meat paradox?

3 votes
2 answers
947 views

What exactly is duality?

3 votes
4 answers
1k views

A Theory That Explains Everything Explains Nothing

2 votes
1 answer
460 views

Lumen naturale, Lumen gratiae, Lumen fidei, what are they?

2 votes
1 answer
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Quid Accidit? Quid Non Accidit?

2 votes
3 answers
158 views

David Hume on Miracles

2 votes
5 answers
370 views

Quid sit ego, what is the self?

1 vote
4 answers
119 views

Can Free Will be Explained?

1 vote
4 answers
96 views

Quality vs. Quantity

1 vote
1 answer
201 views

Gödel's Asymmetry

1 vote
3 answers
81 views

On Modus Ponens/Tollens Fallacies

1 vote
4 answers
202 views

Subjectivity vs. Objectivity, A Mathematical Analysis

1 vote
4 answers
407 views

Past-Memory Loop

1 vote
1 answer
166 views

Does Hume undermine determinism? [closed]

1 vote
2 answers
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The Leibniz - Turing Dilemma

0 votes
1 answer
82 views

Computer Graphics Imagery (CGI) & Modality (Possibility)

0 votes
2 answers
142 views

Bayes' Theorem and Science

0 votes
3 answers
457 views

Darwinian Free Will

0 votes
1 answer
77 views

Zeit, can it not exist? [closed]

0 votes
1 answer
116 views

Existence as a Predicate

0 votes
4 answers
142 views

Existence, Stating/Proving in Logic