Does God exist?

Rational proofs support the internal consistency and rationality of the Christian faith. Thomas Aquinas argued thus: 1. There is a cause for everything that we see. If premise one is true, is there an infinite regression of causes or does the buck stop somewhere, namely, with God? How did the universe come into existence? 2. Existential argument: The argument …

The unity of the proposition

How is a proposition a single unity? If the sentence can be broken up into subject and predicate, and if subject names object while a predicate names a concept, what is it that relates subject to predicate and object to concept? And what to do with Frege’s problem- that there can be no distinction between …

Should the analytic-synthetic distinction be defended?

The analytic-synthetic distinction should be defended. The analytic-synthetic distinction seems to have a significant role to play in making sense of philosophical puzzles: There are three famous philosophical puzzles raised by Quine. The puzzles can be explicated as follows: The puzzle of identity: (1)     The morning star has the property of rising in the …