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Are The Laws Written On Stone.?

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 27, 2004 15:13:51 UTC

But seriously, do you think that laws exist like as mathematical forms that particles and/or waves obey. Otherwise there does not seem to be any difference between materialism and physicalism.

What is it called when all that exists is mathemnatical forms and everything else is illusion.?

Personally I am withholding my belief except that whatever exists, I believe it is one thing. I am not a dualist. So if it's physicalism, then god and everything else caN BE EXPLAINED, perhaps only by the gods, on the basis of that one thing.

Parts of that thing can be distinguished. Like parts of it could be incoherent and other parts coherent, or frictional and frictionless, or visible and invisible. But whatever it is, it is just different aspects of nature, including the supernatural. Does that make me a naturalist?

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