What Makes a Sound Argument

September 13, 2010 · Published in Philosophy  by Jonathan Garrison ·

A sound argument has the following properties: The conclusion follows logically and necessarily from the premises. The premises are objectively true. The truth of each premise is discernible. In a philosophical argument, the truth of each premise need not be demonstrated to 100% certainty. In fact, no premise in human experience is shown to be […]

Numinous Breeze

May 25, 2010 · Published in Haiku, Philosophy, Poetry, Theology  by Jonathan Garrison ·

The numinous breeze whispers subtle truths in a low, thunderous voice.