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Conifold
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Is God either immoral or not omnipotent?

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7 answers
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How can the physical world be an abstract mathematical structure a la Tegmark?

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5 answers
992 views

Can philosophy overcome "the two cultures" divide?

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8 answers
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What is the philosophy behind the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics?

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4 answers
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Why do modern materialists tend to favor determinism?

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2 answers
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Can conjoined twins share a mind?

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2 answers
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How many angels can dance on the head of a pin?

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2 answers
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How did Kant define knowledge?

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4 answers
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Is Galileo's argument about falling bodies logically flawed?

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4 answers
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Is free will a third option aside from chance and necessity?

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2 answers
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Is mathematical platonism compatible with Platonism?

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1 answer
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Should modern empiricists embrace string theory?

7 votes
3 answers
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Why is Tarski's notion of logical validity preferred to deductive one?

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4 answers
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How does Plantinga's free will defense of God's benevolence work?

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4 answers
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If the Platonic world exists how would we know?

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3 answers
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Does phenomenology determine ontology?

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2 answers
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How are empirical concepts acquired according to Kant?

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2 answers
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Why is Hesperus necessarily Phosphorus?

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1 answer
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How does Putnam reconcile having referents in language with rejection of realism?

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4 answers
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Is humanity as a whole a philosophical zombie?

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3 answers
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Did Kant come to believe that we have access to things-in-themselves after all?

6 votes
4 answers
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How should science approach non-empirical phenomena?

5 votes
1 answer
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Does one have to become a Platonist to refuse to be a Platonist?

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2 answers
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Was Hegel a major influence in analytic philosophy?

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3 answers
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What purpose do mathematics and philosophy serve epistemologically (compared to sciences)?

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5 answers
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Was Kant right about space and time (and wrong about knowledge)?

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1 answer
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Is there parallelism between mental acts and development of science?

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3 answers
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How do laws of nature enforce themselves?

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6 answers
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On what logic is all of classical mathematics true but undecidable statements are neither true nor false?

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1 answer
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Can a materialist accept indeterminism? Can a reductionist?