Heraclitus instructs Leibniz: “τῷ μὲν θεῷ καλὰ πάντα καὶ ἀγαθὰ καὶ δίκαια, ἄνθρωποι δὲ ἃ μὲν ἄδικα ὑπειλήφασιν ἃ δὲ δίκαια.” [phi studios 2015]
Why Good? Why Evil?
Why Man? Why God?
The problem of Good and Evil, it’s really not that complicated, it’s a matter of frames of reference. It is simply that men are not fitly placed to be scrutineer to the workings of God, nor Man the only thing on God’s mind.
Posted in Atheism, Philosophy, Religion, Uncategorized |
Tagged God, good and evil, Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz, Heraclitus of Ephesus, philosophy, the problem of evil, theodicy, Theology |
The Incredulity of St Thomas – Truth comes to the doubter [Caravagio c.1601]
A reader left a comment on the image of
The Incredulity of Saint-Thomas
from my March 10,2012 post:
When the Uncertainty Monster Rears its Wicked Head Should We Tell the Truth?-A Comment on Curry
. And you know me well enough by this point to know that if I’m going to take the time to write a 500 word reply I’m not going to simply leave it to languish forever buried under an illustration for a year old post.
So, here it is.
Posted in Integral Theory, Logic, Mind and Psychology, Philosphy of Science |
Tagged Carravagio, double slit experiment, Integral Theory, Ken Wilbur, Logic, philosophy, Science, Theology, thought experiment |