In my recent debate with Matt Dillahunty about the existence of God, Dillahunty invoked his favorite argument against God’s existence.
Philosopher James Croft happens to think that absent background knowledge, “Aliens!” would be a weakly justified hypothesis.
These are EXCELLENT. I would say the themes of all three have to do with the importance of not worshipping scientists or imagining that science is infallible.
Why should Sabine Hossenfelder think for a moment that anything that occurs to her has any correspondence to truth?
According to Lewis, science steps dangerously outside its bounds when it assumes it has all knowledge, especially moral knowledge.