Below-copied essay by ap first published at comments, http://aphilosopher.wordpress.com/2014/04/30/why-is-the-universe-the-way-it-is/#comment-38962
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Key To Metaphysics Is Aristotle, Master Of Those Who Know
(Apollonian, 30 Apr 14)
An excellent subject-matter and creditable essay u pose, Mike, but note "teleology" is mere synonym for deterministic nature. Basic question/issue is objective reality or not?--Aristotle or Plato? (or Descartes or Kant, mere inferior clones of Plato), as always.
For if reality is objective then it has identity, definite and distinct, thus is determined (teleologic). Everything/anything else is subjectivistic and cannot be understood in logical, scientific manner, anything goes, deuces wild.
Objectivity is either-or, yes or no--MONISM--"multiverse" is mere subjectivist balderdash.
"Religion" then is simply the integration of whatever notion or system thereof within an habitual mode which binds intellect with emotion or sentiment. Thus, for example, that Christian religion of TRUTH TRUTH TRUTH above all/any other ideals/precepts as only way to happiness (Gosp. JOHN 14:6) gives one most profound inner PEACE, thus Christ (Truth), the "Prince of Peace." Thus science, logic, and reason are profoundly religious, no less than any idiotic mysticism or subjectivism.
And there's no such thing as "science" without teleology or determinism, for science by its nature is founded in objectivity, hence logical, determinist, and thus teleologic--as then is ethics, properly understood.
Remember Mike: the project of satanic ZOG, for whom u're working, unfortunately, is to so hopelessly confuse things for students, purpose being to keeping them befuddled, obedient servants/slaves--always begging to being seen as "good," hence obedient--which all requires subjectivism and rejection of Aristotle, objectivity, determinism, and science/logic.
Worst enemy of truth (objectivity) is, always has been, and always will be "good" (hence subjectivism, in which it's necessarily founded), known to Christianity fm St. Augustine as Pelagian heresy ("good works").
Observe our colleagues here, including esp. "magus," so desperately obsessed w. "good," inferiority-complex, and approval thereof that he's willing to swallow all of ZOG's never-ending lies, like about al Qaeda and "terrorism," etc.--u don't want to end up like him, do u?