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Argument 5

The first premise maintains that if God (that person outside spacetime) did not exist then we would not be able to think about anything. One’s immediate reaction is, “Huh? How would that follow?” The best that Craig can come up with here is that physicalism (a worldview that appeals only to physical things) would have trouble explaining intentional mental states. I have two comments on that. First, it may be that physicalism could indeed provide an adequate explanation. The key issue has to do with how observations of objects become imprinted on brains, so that animals could have thoughts that represent those objects. I see nothing here that totally defies physicalistic explanation, though it might be a quite complex project to carry through in detail.

My second comment is that Craig seems to make the ridiculous presupposition that there are only two worldviews, one that appeals solely to physical things and the other that appeals to a “transcendent person” (whatever that might be). So, to attack one worldview would be automatically to support the other. But there are obviously many other sorts of worldview. One of those might make appeal to propositions, which are types of thoughts that people have. To think about something would simply be to entertain (or have in mind) a proposition, which, according to one view, is a non-physical thing. We need not get into whether or not such an appeal to thoughts, propositions, and minds could be reduced to a physicalistic worldview, which would be a huge question in philosophy. But, whatever the outcome of that controversy might be, there would certainly be no need to introduce absurdities such as “a person outside spacetime.” Hence, Craig’s argument 5 is an utter non sequitur.

 

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Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9781134630516

Publisher: Routledge
Argument 5

The first premise maintains that if God (that person outside spacetime) did not exist then we would not be able to think about anything. One’s immediate reaction is, “Huh? How would that follow?” The best that Craig can come up with here is that physicalism (a worldview that appeals only to physical things) would have trouble explaining intentional mental states. I have two comments on that. First, it may be that physicalism could indeed provide an adequate explanation. The key issue has to do with how observations of objects become imprinted on brains, so that animals could have thoughts that represent those objects. I see nothing here that totally defies physicalistic explanation, though it might be a quite complex project to carry through in detail.

My second comment is that Craig seems to make the ridiculous presupposition that there are only two worldviews, one that appeals solely to physical things and the other that appeals to a “transcendent person” (whatever that might be). So, to attack one worldview would be automatically to support the other. But there are obviously many other sorts of worldview. One of those might make appeal to propositions, which are types of thoughts that people have. To think about something would simply be to entertain (or have in mind) a proposition, which, according to one view, is a non-physical thing. We need not get into whether or not such an appeal to thoughts, propositions, and minds could be reduced to a physicalistic worldview, which would be a huge question in philosophy. But, whatever the outcome of that controversy might be, there would certainly be no need to introduce absurdities such as “a person outside spacetime.” Hence, Craig’s argument 5 is an utter non sequitur.

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