Summary of “Advice to Christian Philosophers” by Alvin Plantinga

Academia can be a wild place. Despite what people might think, there are often entire paradigm shifts between generations in academic circles. This has happened in philosophy – just two generations or so ago, things were wildly different, and things now are different from one generation ago. I now want to summarize famed Christian philosopherContinue reading “Summary of “Advice to Christian Philosophers” by Alvin Plantinga”

“The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences” by Eugene Wigner (Summary & Comments)

It is only relatively recently in human history that the deep connection between math and physics was realized. Early civilizations knew of some simple connections regarding a pretty intuitive level of mathematics. Counting has an obvious connection to our world, as does much of geometry. And yet, that isn’t really what science is any more.Continue reading ““The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Mathematics in the Natural Sciences” by Eugene Wigner (Summary & Comments)”