Puritan Board Post-Graduate
Originally posted by webmaster
Where did I disagree? If you're talking about knowledge of an object then it is the same for us in the same sense. If your talking about knowing as then it's not in the same sense since God knows as Creator and I know as creature. So, a bit of precision would help, otherwise we end up talking past each other
Okay, very good. I agree. We both understand the nature of an object, on our sense, the same way.
How, then, do you distinguish your Aristotle / Frege distinction? Trying to be clear: If God knows what I know about the apple, but I disagree with Frege, does God disagree with Frege?
Or maybe another way of saying it, is logic (order in communication, i.e. God is a god of order even in communication) involved in knowing at any level?
By the way, I always enjoy your ranting.
Or even more simply, do Aristotle and Frege contradict each other? Then there is a higher system by which we these two "systems". We're not judging systems of logic, but rather Aristotle's thinking vs. Frege's thinking. Whether the one or the other or neither is logical is another matter.