What’s remarkable in nature is not so much that nature follows complex patterns, but that it follows any pattern at all.
Andrew McDiarmid concludes his two-part conversation with Michael Aeschliman.
Michael Aeschliman says that Lewis used classic arguments not always popular in today’s intellectual climate, yet never refuted.
It’s helpful, as with his Third Way, to begin with a metaphor, in order to get an intuitive feel for the proof.
Our perspective is supported by a rigorous and elegant metaphysical framework, which began with Plato and particularly Aristotle.