Re: Theos-World self-evident truths
Oct 17, 1999 05:17 AM
Louis--Another way to understand our limitations is to look at the animals
and plants. A dog or dandelion not only cannot conceive of calculus for
example, but doesn't even know to ask the question. From their viewpoint,
calculus does not exist. This does not deny that we are capable of such
calculation. So too are there. likely truths, realms, realities that lie
outside our human capabilities.
How do we tap into the non-physical capabilities you say we have to discern
the truths about reality? If we do so can we then explain these truths to
others? Will the truths we thus discover coincide with those others discover
by using the same process?
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