Joined: June 2006
Carlson's interlocutor on OE:
|As I've indicated before, one assumption of naturalism is that we have accurately staked out the bounds of "nature", that we've already taken an exhaustive "inventory" of the natural world.|
Quite the irony. In fact, it's the IDers who think that our understanding of nature is complete. Why else would we need to appeal to the supernatural when we don't have an exhaustive explanation for something?
"I wasn't aware that classical physics had established a position on whether intelligent agents exercising free were constrained by 2LOT into increasing entropy." -DaveScot