Tag Archives: Particular Negative Propositions

Matthew Wright on Intelligent Aliens

One of my favorite blogs is Matthew Wright’s Matthew Wright. A post illustrating nicely why I enjoy what he writes is the “Are we so arrogant to suppose [intelligent] aliens will be like us?” appearing yesterday. In the present post … Continue reading

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The Maverick and the Philosopher

0. I have long been puzzled by the difference between the two kinds of posts one sees published on the blog, Maverick Philosopher. One kind, one of the latest members of which is his post of December 31, 2014, “John … Continue reading

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The Simplest Options Possible in the Theory of Identity in Concise Statement

0. In the course of my continued reading and rereading Réginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P., Reality. A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought,* it has occurred to me that the simplest options possible in the theory of identity are susceptible of very concise statement. … Continue reading

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