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Ajuste fino, objeciones Y respuestas. However, I must say I see little resemblance between the real influence of those books on me and the mystic experience proper, so far, that is, as an outsider can obtain an idea of that experience. Sobge you’d say that there’s no criterion outside feeling that will enable one to distinguish between the behavior of the Commandant of Belsen and the behavior, say, of Sir Stafford Cripps or the Archbishop of Canterbury. I can only take what is recorded as I should take other records and I do find that a very great many things are reported, and I am sure you would not accept things about demons and devils and what not — and they’re reported in exactly the same tone of voice and with exactly the same conviction.
In one sense he’s loving a phantom that’s perfectly true, in the sense, I mean, that he’s loving Colleston or Y who doesn’t exist. I should claim that cannot be explained adequately and without residue, simply subjectively. You know, as well as I do, that the existence of neither of us can be explained without reference to something or somebody outside us, our parents, for example. Sign in Create an account.
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You say, I think that the universe — or my existence if you prefer, or any other existence — is unintelligible? No it doesn’t — at least if I may believe what he says. That’s what we can do with ourselves and nothing more.
The same is true when the physicists look for causes. Sobre la Existencia de Dios. Of course, a subjectivist explanation is possible in the case of certain people in whom there is little relation between the experience and life, in the case of deluded people and hallucinated people, and so on.
About: Frederick Copleston
A man may look for gold without assuming that there sibre gold everywhere; if he finds gold, well and good, if he doesn’t he’s had bad luck. Well, to say that there isn’t any cause is not the same thing as saying that we shouldn’t look for a cause.
Well, perhaps it’s time I summed up my position. Well, certainly the question “Does the cause of the world exist?
You distinguish blue and yellow by seeing them, so you distinguish good and bad by what faculty? Yes, I agree, some scientists — physicists — are willing to allow for indetermination within a restricted field.
Russell: descripcion y existencia
The word “necessary,” it seems to me, is a useless word, except as applied to analytic propositions, not to things. It may be that the scientist doesn’t hope to obtain more than probability, but in raising the question he assumes that the question of explanation has a meaning.
But the proposition is a necessary proposition only on the supposition that there is a contingent being.
Yes, a being the essence of which is to exist. If you had admitted this, we could then have discussed whether that being is personal, good, and so on. What is my justification for distinguishing between blue and yellow? It is not direct feeling about the act by which I should judge, but rather a feeling as to the effects. Sign in Create an account.
Bertrand Russell, the Social Scientist. There is the possibility of finding out a truth by experiment.
I love the things that are good, that I think are good, and I hate the things that I think are bad. Something does exist; therefore, there must be something which accounts for this fact, a being which is outside the series of contingent beings.
But he does not bring in cebate idea of God to support that contention. The metaphysician assumes that there is sense in looking for the reason or cause of phenomena, and, not being a Kantian, I consider that the metaphysician is as justified in his assumption as the physicist.
Reflexiones sobre la existencia de Dios
To me, that admission would ultimately result in the admission of an ultimate ground of value in God. For one thing it would fail to meet the requirements of the experience of debzte.
I should rule out the visual appearances, because I think they can be explained apart from the existence of the object which is supposed to be seen. If not, then we must proceed further.