A few significant and exciting updates about the blog and some projects I’m working on. I’m trying to update/expand the Disputed Questions platform. As part of this, I’ve upgraded to a regular domain (disputedquestionsblog.com, as opposed to the previous disputedquestionsblog.wordpress.com). … Continue reading Exciting Updates!
In the previous post, I examined Jeffery Jay Lowder’s bayesian case for naturalism over theism. There, my basic contention was that, as naturalism and theism are properly asymmetrical claims, they ought not be compared in a bayesian analysis. Instead, since … Continue reading Response to Jeffery Lowder’s Case for Naturalism, Part 2
Welcome to Disputed Questions! In medieval universities, the quaestiones disputatae was a rigorous method of academic debate which aimed at forcing one to defend one’s intellectual position against the strongest possible objections. A question or topic was proposed, an answer given, … Continue reading Disputed Questions