Agere Sequitur Esse – Action follows Being

Aquinas and other Scholastic philosophers frequently make use of the principle ‘agere sequitur esse’ (Latin for “action follows being” ), which means “action follows being.” The underlying concept is that what a thing does must necessarily reflect what it is in some way. Because their structures are different, the functions of the eyes and ears… Read More ›


We do not wish to dissuade you from continuing to read this; yet, in the spirit of complete honesty, we should state that there is, in a sense, just one good reason to believe in God: it is true.There are numerous such evidences, but they all contribute to our understanding of the reality of the… Read More ›


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The Aristotelian Argument for the Existence of God

Change is inevitable, and there are many examples all around us. A cup of coffee becomes colder, and a leaf falls from the tree outside a window. As the rain continues, the puddle gets bigger. When we smack a fly, it dies. These examples demonstrate four types of change: qualitative change (the coffee cools down);… Read More ›


In the philosophy of Leibniz, the ultimate logical decision was God’s choosing of the finest of all worlds. God is both a necessary entity and author of the universe in that he creates the world that he considers the finest of all worlds. (Possible Worlds in the Tahâfut al-Falâsifa: Al- Ghazâlî on Creation and Contingency… Read More ›

John Locke’s Argument for the Existence of God.

Locke’s critiques of Descartes’ ontological argument are included in “Deus: Des Cartes’s Proof of a God from the Idea of Necessary Existence Examined,” an unpublished work written after the Essay’s publication (1696). In the Essay, Locke presents his interpretation of the cosmological argument (4.10). Summarizing his objections to Descartes, then analyze and critique Locke’s argument…. Read More ›


A recurring element in the thinking of Nietzsche is a fundamental reassessment of moral concepts. He makes a decisive contrast between two sorts of morality in ‘Humans, All Too Human.’  One of these theories is the development of governing groups and persons.  ‘Good and bad is for a long time the same thing as noble… Read More ›


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When we are dealing with such an in-depth topic of the human condition, I believe that the subject matter itself outweighs a simple approach to this subject. We must be careful that what is being said supports the topic clearly. There is no easy approach to looking at what makes us human.


To allow any submission to that existence gives us the inferiority complex of being dominated. This rebellious condition of accepting such an idea has to lead to a myriad of arguments to disprove the existence of divine transcendent authority.


We live within these confines that we do not realize that society dictates everything around us, including the moral standard that we live in. We have dehumanized our intrinsic purpose and destiny until it has eliminated out of our very existence. We do not even realize that it has washed away from our conscious and subconscious mind and that we have succumbed to humanity’s God-like dictatorship over us.

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Only in my deepest despair, alone and aching in the agony of my own sins, did God reveal Himself. Dedicated my life to help me fellow citizens to find true meaning anchored in a divine absolute

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