Bruno Marchal wrote:
> Le 30-mars-06, à 20:22, 1Z a écrit :
>
> >  I think
> > that having a richer ontology automatically makes it easier
> > to solve metaphysical problems, since you can say that X , Y or Z
> > is intrinsic to the universe and therefore not to be "explained away"
> > as something else

> This is so true that with such ontological sort of explanation, you can
> explain everything: just say "because of the will of God". Saying
> "intrinsic to the universe" is just as easy explanation. It is bad
> theology.

Such a theory at least does not predict what is not observed. MM
over-predicts (white rabbits, Harry Potter) and under-explains (time,
consciousness).


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