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In the light of the principle of mediocrity, naturalism is in fact transcendent exceptionalism - as opposed to transcendent mediocrity. As such, it has the burden of proof - and the "inverse criterion" defeats many of such alleged proofs.
Keywords Transcendent mediocrity  Transcendent exceptionalism  Transcendent experiment  Inverse criterion  mind and matter
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