Originally Posted by avptallarita
We can not! The limits of (contemporary) science are not the limits of nature! *chokes*
Possibly, certainly. As I said earlier, the basis of the naturalistic axiom is the notion that science can explain all things. It may be true, and we do not know. This is why, though I have very general theistic beliefs, I consider myself a "theistic agnostic". But assuming
science can or will answer all things is no less a position of faith than any religion.
I'd urge you guys to pay homage to a formerly active GC.com member and read Kant's Critique of Pure Reason
. There's an outline on Wikipedia here: