Venko Andonovski

Why the Science Necessarily Leads to God

pages: 555-566

Abstract

The paper deals with proving the thesis that even scientific discourse, if it respects the logic of scientific discovery, necessarily ends with the notion of God and the Creator. The example of linguistics and semiotics shows how these sciences, even when adhering to the Aristotelian metaphysics of language, lead to God as the supreme concept, and in Pierce’s version of linguistics and semiotics, where the essence and the entity are taken into consideration, these sciences lead to experience of Being as the fullness of entity, instead of meaninglessness. All natural sciences, and most of all quantum physics, prove the existence of God, but it is up to every scientist whether or not he will make the leap from intellection into a concrete spiritual feeling of entity essence, a leap from science into faith.

UDC:

2-184.3

2-2

2:5

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