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An Existential Ontological Proof of the Existence of God By Nathan Tyree, Michael Colston
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The final argument for God's existence. "The most powerful argument I have ever encountered" - Hubert James Franks, PHD
The God Proof By Jeffrey Kegler
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The God Proof is a novel, but it is about a real proof claimed by Kurt Gödel, Einstein's closest friend. Many people have tried to prove God's existence. You can certainly doubt that it's... More > possible. What you can't question is that if anyone could do it, Gödel could. Time magazine called Gödel the greatest mathematician of the last century. Oppenheimer, scientific director of the project that built the atomic bomb, called Gödel "the greatest logician since Aristotle." Gödel earned his reputation with airtight proofs of unexpected results. The shy Gödel feared ridicule. He probably told Einstein about his God Proof, but he told nobody else until 1970, and he never went public. After Gödel's death, his papers were found in careful order. We know what is missing and what is not. Everything was there, with two exceptions: the notebooks with his work on the God Proof.< Less
The God Proof By Jeffrey Kegler
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The God Proof is a novel, but it is about a real proof claimed by Kurt Gödel, Einstein's closest friend. Many people have tried to prove God's existence. You can certainly doubt that it's... More > possible. What you can't question is that if anyone could do it, Gödel could. Time magazine called Gödel the greatest mathematician of the last century. Oppenheimer, scientific director of the project that built the atomic bomb, called Gödel "the greatest logician since Aristotle." Gödel earned his reputation with airtight proofs of unexpected results. The shy Gödel feared ridicule. He probably told Einstein about his God Proof, but he told nobody else until 1970, and he never went public. After Gödel's death, his papers were found in careful order. We know what is missing and what is not. Everything was there, with two exceptions: the notebooks with his work on the God Proof.< Less
God: His Existence and His Nature; Vol. 1 [Softcover] By Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange
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In a book entitled, Le Sens Commun et la Philosophie de l’être, we have shown that common sense or natural reason is a rudimentary philosophy of being, opposed to the philosophy of pure... More > phenomenon and to that of becoming; that being and the principles implied in it constitute the formal, primary and adequate object of common sense. Here we again take up the study of these first principles, not so much as they are concerned with the functioning of the faculty of common sense, but with reference to the classical proofs for God’s existence. We have set ourselves the task of demonstrating the necessity of these principles, their dependence upon the first principle, and their ontological and transcendent validity. It will seen that the proofs for God’s existence rest ultimately upon the principle of identity or of non-contradiction, their proximate basis being the principle of sufficient reason, and their immediate basis the principle of causality. . . .< Less
God: His Existence and His Nature; Vol. 2 [Softcover] By Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange
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In a book entitled, Le Sens Commun et la Philosophie de l’être, we have shown that common sense or natural reason is a rudimentary philosophy of being, opposed to the philosophy of pure... More > phenomenon and to that of becoming; that being and the principles implied in it constitute the formal, primary and adequate object of common sense. Here we again take up the study of these first principles, not so much as they are concerned with the functioning of the faculty of common sense, but with reference to the classical proofs for God’s existence. We have set ourselves the task of demonstrating the necessity of these principles, their dependence upon the first principle, and their ontological and transcendent validity. It will seen that the proofs for God’s existence rest ultimately upon the principle of identity or of non-contradiction, their proximate basis being the principle of sufficient reason, and their immediate basis the principle of causality. . . .< Less
Hyperreason By Mike Hockney
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A sufficiently clever person, sitting alone in their room, could work out all of the principles of existence. No faith and no sensory observations or experiments are required. No one needs to spend... More > billions on a Large Hadron Collider. It's not an atom smasher you need but a bullshit and fallacy smasher. Hyperrationalism differs from rationalism in asserting that all rational truths are mathematical and that the universe is 100% mathematical. "Hyperreason" is the extraordinary story of the attempts of the rational to explain reality via thought alone. Find out about Thomas Aquinas's five rationalist proofs for the existence of God, Leibniz's ontological argument and principle of sufficient reason, Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem, the Riemann hypothesis, the Multiverse theories of science and why the human brain - with its two hemispheres doing radically different types of Fourier mathematics - points the way to a complete understanding of reality. Welcome to the Mind of God!< Less