Logik wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:13 am
Veritas Aequitas wrote: ↑Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:41 am
While the majority of theists insist their God is empirically real, I have proven a God in the ultimate sense cannot be empirical rather God is a transcendental idea, i.e. a mere thought.
Thoughts are not transcendental? Thoughts happen in brains. Brains are not transcendental.
Neuroscientists can detect and even read thoughts.
To believe that thoughts are transcendental is a transcendental idea in and of itself!
You are a loose cannon and shooting blindly. This is why I am not wasting time discussing with you.
I did not claim thoughts are transcendental.
I stated very clearly "God is a transcendental idea, i.e. a mere thought."
God is mere thought that is a transcendental idea.
My point is theists believe God exists in reality as a transcendental being beyond human-reality.
I am stating, I do not agree with the theists' view.
God is not a reality as claimed by theists.
The theists' claim 'God exists as real' is merely a transcendental idea, i.e. merely a thought, i.e. thinking.
Nb: transcendental idea [philosophy] = transcendental illusion.
An illusion is still a thought
- thought = an idea or opinion produced by thinking, or occurring suddenly in the mind.
Looks like I have to write a book to explain this point.
Even then i believe you may not get it.
The above is basic, just imagine I will have to take so much trouble and time to explain other more subtler points.
You are shifty [blind] again above on the point re nothing can be 'proven' other than mathematics.
I will not waste time on this.