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  1. Admin Singh

    Interfaith Materialists And Its Discontents

    Professor Keith Ward Religion and Philosophy: The problem of verification and the nature of religious language. The problem of consciousness, and the unexpected revival of Platonism in mathematical physics. Is consciousness an illusion? Or is matter a myth? Is God philosophically respectable...
  2. Admin Singh

    Sikhi Quasi-Pragmatists And Quasi-Spiritualists, Care To Explain?

    Gurfateh Ji Recently, our learned members coined and introduced two new groups to Sikh school of thought to create and enhance unity amongst the Sikhs. Not only did they coined the new groups they also joined and designated a few to one group or the other! Group 1. Quasi-Pragmatists; Group 2...
  3. Scarlet Pimpernel

    Christianity Materialism Theory In Philosophy

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  4. jasbirkaleka

    General The Carvakas And Atheistic Materialism In Ancient India

    December 22, 2006 The Carvakas It comes as a surprise to many that in ancient "spiritual" India, atheistic materialism was a major force to reckon with. Predating even the Buddhists, the Carvaka is one of the earliest materialistic schools of Indian philosophy, named after one Carvaka, a great...
  5. N

    Materialism

    Introduction Materialism is a general view about what actually exists. Put bluntly, the view is just this: Everything that actually exists is material, or physical. Many philosophers and scientists now use the terms `material' and `physical' interchangeably (for a version of physicalism...
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