Philosophical Pathways (200) (2016)

Terence Rajivan Edward
University of Manchester
Some philosophers assert that astrology is a false theory. The simplest way to argue against all astrology is to identify a proposition that any kind of astrology must be committed to and then show that this proposition is false. In this paper I draw attention to some misconceptions about which propositions are essential to astrology.
Keywords astrology  fate  causal explanation
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