The great challenge is explain consciousness—the inner experiences of sense, thought, intent, feelings. It’s what David Chalmers calls ‘The Hard Problem’...
Religions clash and compete—that’s a problem for those who believe. Some claim that the similarities of diverse religions—such as seeking transcendence beyond the...
Quantum theory explains the microworld. General relativity, discovered by Einstein, explains gravity and the structure of the universe. The problem is that the two are not...
Free will is a classic and perennial problem in philosophy. It is a probe of profound issues of how the world works as well as how the mind works. What are the primary issues...
Is there something special about consciousness? Can our inner subjective experience—the sight of purple, smell of cheese, sound of Bach—ever be explained in purely...
How does consciousness weave its magical web of inner awareness—appreciating music, enjoying art, feeling love? Even when all mental functions may be explained, the great...
What could limit God’s freedom? If God is God, one might think the answer is nothing—it is impossible to limit God’s freedom. But can God create a round square?...
What does it mean for God to be ‘good’? God can never be bad, do evil, sin? Sure, but what about positive things that God can do? What are those things that best...