Talk:Leibniz cosmological argument

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Think we need some fact-checking on this one. The very first link presented is someone asking WLC about Leibniz's argument. WLC says that he doesn't support it, because Leibniz bases it on a "principle" that is demonstrably false (everything that exists has a sufficient reason to exist). The argument as written here is also a rather poor restatement of the premises of the argument; it doesn't even really make sense in English. Jdog 23:53, 1 January 2013 (CST)

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