Why Is There a Universe at All, Rather Than Just Nothing? Part 2
Why Is There a Universe at All, Rather Than Just Nothing? Part 2 Adolf Grünbaum The Failure of Swinburne’s Simplicity Recipe for Verisimilitudinous Theories In his books Simplicity as Evidence of Truth (1997) and Epistemic Justification (2001), Richard Swinburne argued strenuously that simplicity provides probabilistic evidence of truth by...
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