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Trying to understand a previous statement posted 21 February 2006 in Philosophy DiscussionTrying to understand a previous statement by rycanada, Peralogue

I think in an interview, R. Scott Bakker said:

Regarding God. It's not so much that God makes things like purpose and morality possible, rather it's that he possesses the same general structure of these things, a structure (which philosophers call 'intentional')


I get the general drift of this, but I'm also not sure what it really means to be "intentional" in the sense philosophers use it. view post


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