The question remains: if the universe could really come from nothing, then why can't Beethoven or Bhagat Singh pop out of nowhere? If NOTHING created the universe, if really NO-THING created the universe then why the preference for universe(s) alone? Why can't anything and everything appear out of nowhere, from nowhere, and for no reason? How can the lack-of-anything (nothing) have any preference? What are the three solid reasons to say something cannot come from nothing (or that everything that begins to exist has a cause)? Join us to find out.
00:19- Recap of EP 67
02:22- Russell's teapot analogy
05:23- Why was the teapot analogy used?
07:28- Mackie's point
08:31- Who is David Hume?
10:34- Mackie and 'Cause and Effect'
13:10- What are the 3 Arguments for Premise 1?
13:30- A1-Metaphysical intuition
17:16- A2-Why doesn't everything/anything come from nothing?
21:36- A3-Our experience
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