Por Javier Monserrat. Este es, en efecto, el punto de vista de Copleston. Nuestro punto de vista es matizado. Por otra parte, las formulaciones de Russell, aunque le mantienen a flote, no alcanzan una especial brillantez. Presumo que entendemos un ser personal supremo, distinto del mundo y creador del mundo.
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Nikomuro In his Summa TheologicaAquinas writes:. Notify me of new comments via email. Roughly speaking, yes, though I should have to place some limitation on your last clause. I think — there seems to me a certain unwarrantable extension here; the physicist looks for causes; that does not necessarily imply that there are causes everywhere. For example, I depend on my parents, and now on the air, and on food, and so on. Frederick Copleston vs. Bertrand Russell Apologetics We both know, at any rate, one very eminent modern thinker whose knowledge of modern logic was profound, but who certainly did not think that metaphysics are meaningless or, in particular, that the problem of God is meaningless.
The fact that we gain our knowledge of causality empirically, from particular causes, does not rule out the possibility of asking what the cause of the series is. Why stop at one particular object?
If you do not understand them, then how can you be entitled to say that such a Being does not exist, rkssell that is what you do say? He does not assume that everything has a cause. Copleston—Russell debate Would you agree copleson if there is no God bertgand no absolute Being — there can be no absolute values? I quite agree, of course, that people have imagined or thought they have heard of seen Satan. Moreover, the statement that the world is simply there if in answer to a question, presupposes that the question has meaning.
Frederick Copleston and Bertrand Russell: A Debate Suppose I give a brief statement on the metaphysical argument and that then we go on to discuss it? Well, that is an excellent justification, I agree. I agree with you on that, of course, that a man may be influenced by a character in fiction. Because, therefore, it will follow that it cannot be an analytic proposition ever to say that this or that exists. Theological and Philosophical Approaches to the Problem of Contingency.
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