Tuesday, December 27, 2016

Life science and physical science

I've been thinking that in a nutshell one could put much of the distinctiveness of Aristotelian philosophy as follows: life science is at least as fundamental as physical science.


Michael Gonzalez said...

I LOVE that! If only the reductionist materialists could figure that out, they wouldn't ask ridiculous questions like "doesn't free will violate the laws of physics?"

Tom said...

This post is quite similar to an old one that I found, about your two fundamental metaphysical convictions: http://alexanderpruss.blogspot.com/2011/04/two-metaphysical-convictions.html