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  1. From my impression, I think Thomas Nagel was a good philosopher of science. I think he rejected reductive materialism and eliminative materialism.

    There was a similar question on the Atheist Republic facebook page about how many people would be Muslims if Islam was proven. I really don’t mind if people don’t become Muslims even in that case, but there was a lot of blasphemy directed towards Muhammad, sallahu alayhi wa salaam, in the replies.

    On second thought, I had some admiration for some of the people who said “no”, since they tacitly rejected the horn of the Euthpyhro dilemma saying that what “God” does is inherently good. (That could be disputed, particularly if it “God” involves the proposition that “God is good”. Is that an analytic or synthetic statement? Is it a priori or a posteriori?)

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