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[Note: The following exploration of the Bonavaenturean Ontological Argument (hereafter, the BOA) uses Free Logic and an “actuality” ..read more
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vexing questions by Daniel Vecchio - 1M ago

As I have argued elsewhere, hope is a habit of the will by which one desires a good and expects to receive it.  As in many virtues, hope ..read more
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1) We act morally wrong when we treat Being Itself merely as a means to our own ends. 2) If we act morally wrong when we treat Being ..read more
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vexing questions by Daniel Vecchio - 1M ago

<<τὸ ὂν λέγεται πολλαχῶς…>> (Bill Clinton and Aristotle) “Is” (to be) is a tricky word, and I ..read more
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Here is a list of the 13 best argument for God’s existence that I have written or formulated: The Bonaventurean Ontological Argument The ..read more
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The following formulation relies on one less premise than my previous formulation, and avoids the implication that there are not objects ..read more
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Image Source: Wikipedia “Bonaventure” Bonaventure writes the following argument: No one can be ignorant of the fact that this is ..read more
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Often when I share my arguments, atheists will respond by pointing out that one cannot define God into existence. I don’t think my ..read more
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vexing questions by Daniel Vecchio - 4M ago

Here is a variation on my argument from Anselm to Plantinga: P1) Possibly, there is an absolutely metaphysically simple being. P2) ..read more
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Prefatory Remarks: There is a slight difference in the way Anselm and Plantinga define God.  Anselm’s definition is that God is that ..read more

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