Joined: Jan. 2006
In his tirade against materialists, Barry pontificates:
|Johnson most certainly did NOT refute Berkeley as a matter of pure logic. Boswell was correct. It is impossible to refute Berkeley’s idealism, just as it is impossible to refute Descartes’ demon, or the existence of the Matrix, or that at this moment I am a Boltzman Brain. The internal logic of these systems is seamless and flawless.|
That's funny. It seems like just yesterday that Barry was citing Johnson's "refutation" of Berkeley as a valid argument. Until a Darwinist (gasp!) materialist (gasp!) set him straight, that is.
And the set of natural numbers is also the set that starts at 0 and goes to the largest number. -- Joe G
Please stop putting words into my mouth that don't belong there and thoughts into my mind that don't belong there. -- KF