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Jun
29
2008
Appeared in Free Inquiry, vol 28 issue 4

Why Is There a Universe at All Rather than Just Nothing? Part 1

Adolf Grünbaum


Why Is There a Universe at All Rather than Just Nothing? Part 1 Adolf Grünbaum In his 1697 article “On the Ultimate Origination of Things,” Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz posed a historic question: he demanded “a full reason why there should be any world rather than none.” In a sequel of...

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