Philosopher on what is wrong with naturalism
|January 6, 2018||Posted by News under Naturalism, Philosophy, Religion|
What is philosophy? What is history? Is much of what we have been taught false concerning these two? Author James Stroud not only breaks down the often neglected field of philosophy of history but shows why much of what we have taken for granted in the subject of “”Origins”” belongs just as much in the field of history as it does in science. Supporting an open-philosophy of history versus the current closed-philosophy in place, Stroud systematically shows why the paradigm of Naturalism is most likely false and should therefore not influence the way the historian is forced to interpret the data.
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The problem with naturalism is not that it is wrong but that it is a form of suicide for our culture. For example, it forces us to conclude not only that there is no free will but that we cannot even trust the results of reason. All government then becomes totalitarianism. Doubtless, there are those who benefit from that. Most human beings will not.
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