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The Last Superstition: Ubiquitous Teleology

Chapter 6: Irreducible teleology We’re in the home stretch. In this penultimate section, Feser tries to make the case that teleology, or goal-directedness, permeates the world. To start with, he tells us that human minds deal with final causes all the time: we conceive plans and execute them, and we build things for specific purposes.… Continue reading The Last Superstition: Ubiquitous Teleology