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A logically possible world without time – and time’s smallest units

Let’s deny Newtonian Absolutism about time. Now let’s say that there are two balls related to each other in some set of ways, and that nothing other than those two balls exists. Let’s also say that these balls are at … Continue reading

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Grim Reapers, Times and Events

The Grim Reaper paradox was, a while back, used by both Alexander R. Pruss and Robert C. Koons to try to run a tenseless kalam cosmological argument for the existence of God. A little later, on Pruss’ blog, there were … Continue reading

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Filioque and Identity in the Trinity

The Father = God The Son = God The Holy Spirit = God The Father  ≠ The Son  ≠ The Holy Spirit The Principle of the Identity of Indiscernibles states that for any two lists of predicates belonging to some beings hypothetically … Continue reading

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