Huemer v Plantiga

This article mentions my confusion on the distinction between Huemer’s phenomenal conservatism and the notion of properly basic beliefs, largely from Plantiga, and often referenced by William Lane Craig. There is a small circle of respected thinkers among my educated libertarian atheist friends. Few are still buying what Rand and Rothbard sold, but many of … Read more Huemer v Plantiga

Two Dispositions in Economic Analysis

This article makes what I consider to be the obvious argument for what economists should do. As all people should, economists should do what is good. Peculiar to economists is the tool set of economic analysis. I propose that a good economist makes use of the analytical tools of economics to achieve good things. I … Read more Two Dispositions in Economic Analysis

Destroying a Weak Attack on the Modal Ontological Argument

Some poor logician my atheist friend sent me in a facebook post attempted to attack Plantiga’s Modal Ontological argument and did a horrible job. Find the article here. First of all, what is PMOA? He attacks it in 3 ways:1 He attempts to say that the argument is logically valid but meaningless2 He attempts to … Read more Destroying a Weak Attack on the Modal Ontological Argument

Evidence and Arguments for God pt. 1

Over time I will put several arguments in here, but here are a few. Some of these are intended as proofs, some are intended as circumstantial or partial evidence for God, and some are intended as attacks on competitive ideas. Some may be arguments or evidence for or against a particular God, while others may … Read more Evidence and Arguments for God pt. 1