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SanteriSatama wrote: ↑Sat Jul 31, 2021 4:43 am
Is your position that idealism/materialism and will/determinism are Aristotelean genuine contradiction pairs, with no other possibilities?
No. I am only saying that no logical absurdities arise in claiming that idealism is true, or that all that happens is willed to happen. The claims may be false, but they are not absurd.
And that idealism and will are purely logical conclusions with 100% certainty, in the context of Classical logic?
Or are you making a scientific plausibility argument?
In this context, I am not arguing for idealism and will. Just saying they are not absurd claims. When I do argue it is on the basis of plausibility, parsimony, completeness, and coherence.