Monday, June 12, 2006

Kissane against Craig on actual infinity

This is S. J. Kissane's argument against William Lane Craig's argument that the universe cannot have been in existence of an infinite length of time.

1 comment:

Mark K. Sprengel said...

hmm, well I'm not formally trained in philosophy by any stretch of the imagination but it seems to me, that when you change the parameters for an argument, it doesnt necessarily prove anything other than you're the one arguing for something else.

I really didnt see anything to indicate craig was arguing for infinite tasks in finite time. He only mentioned it once, as a possible solution, I think, after going thru a number of the parodoxes, which only become more problematic in the real world.

That's my 2-1/2 cents. sorry, no refunds