The year so far has delivered a stunning lesson in the fragility of freedom and of civilization.
Lennox, the beloved Oxford mathematician, asks, “What will the year 2084 hold for you — for your friends, for your family, and for our society?”
Egnor explains, “Nominalism is the view that universals exist only as concepts in the mind, but not in reality.”
“How many other scientific disciplines have utterly failed to explain the salient phenomenon of the system they study?” I can think of one.
You didn’t know that Gödel was a theist and that a proof of God’s existence was discovered among his papers when he died? Well here it is.