ⓘ Evidential existentiality. The principle of evidential existentiality in philosophy is a principle that explains and gives value to the existence of entities. T ..

                                     

ⓘ Evidential existentiality

The principle of evidential existentiality in philosophy is a principle that explains and gives value to the existence of entities. The principle states that the reality of an entitys existence gives greater value to prove its existence than would be given through any outward studies. The principle has become a backbone of the God argument, stating that because God is a self-evident entity, His existence can only be shared by humans, thus proof of God is unnecessary and moot. It appears that the existence is primarily evident to the self only. The God or Supreme self is perceivable to the self. So evidentially self perception is followed by God perception and so on.

                                     
  • theism on the satisfaction of existential needs rather than on strictly logical or evidential arguments. Christian existential apologetics may also be distinguished
  • Danish philosopher and theologian Soren Kierkegaard 1813 1855 The existential approach to Christian theology has a long and diverse history including
  • Existential phenomenology is Martin Heidegger s brand of phenomenology. In contrast with his former mentor Edmund Husserl, Heidegger in his Being and
  • the logical rule known as existential introduction, also known as particularisation or existential generalization: Existential Introduction φ β α
  • is often formulated in two forms: the logical problem of evil and the evidential problem of evil. The logical form of the argument tries to show a logical
  • Emergence Entity Epiphenomenon Essence Eternal objects Everything Evidential existentiality Existence Experience Four causes Geist Growing block universe
  • which prepare existential material so that it has convincing evidential weight with respect to an inferred generalization. Existential data are not pre - known
  • denying them in word So, in essence, evidential apologetics attempts to build upon a shared acceptance of self - evident or worldview - neutral facts, while
  • verb acts regularly. These forms are also unique in that they have an existential role there is not and there are not In the present indicative
  • forbidden is allowed Evidence Evidence of absence Evidential existentiality Evidential reason Evidentialism Evil Evil daemon Evil demon Evolution Evolution