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Warum lief das Küken über die Straße?

Ein Vergleich mehrer Philosophen und Theologen – kopiert aus diesem Blogpost:

Question: Why did the chicken cross the road?

John Calvin: The chicken absolutely had to cross the road. He had no choice. It was predetermined that he would cross the road.

Plato: It wasn’t actually a chicken that crossed the road. It was the idea of a chicken.

William Lane Craig: He crossed this particular road because it’s the best of all possible roads. We also know it was an event that started sometime in the finite past; we have excellent evidence that at one time he was not crossing the road, and then he did. He has not been eternally crossing the road.

Jacobus Arminius: He crossed the road of his own free will.

Greg Koukl: He crossed the road because he knew it was absolutely a road. It wasn’t just a road for him, personally. All chickens should cross the road.

Luis de Molina: He crossed the road because he had knowledge of all possible scenarios involving the crossing of the road, and he knew he could achieve the best outcome by crossing it.

Nietzsche: The chicken is dead.

Stephen Meyer: Something in the elegant design of the digital code in the chicken’s DNA pre-programmed him to cross the road.

C.S. Lewis: First we must ask, was it a talking chicken?

Hume: The chicken had a passionate desire to cross the road. He had no real reason. It certainly wasn’t a miracle.

Michael Behe: It’s an irreducibly complex situation. You must have both the chicken and the road. Take away either one, and you have no road-crossing function.

Meine Idee wäre noch:

John Piper: The reason is clear – we’re living for joy; so the chicken sought joy.

Paul Washer: Don’t you know Hell; that’s what we all deserve – the chicken as well.

Habt ihr noch Ideen?

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