Year 2018, Volume 16, Issue 1, Pages 1 - 13 2018-06-30

Kelâm’in Kozmolojik Argümani ve Modern Bilim
Kalam Cosmological Argument and the Modern Science

Enis Doko [1]

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Hudus delili (Günümüz batı felsefesinde Kelam’ın kozmolojik kanıtı olarak da bilinir) Tanrı’nın varlığı lehinde geliştirilmiş, evrenin zamanda bir başlangıcı olduğu fikrine dayanan bir delildir. Bazı teistler modern bilimin, özellikle modern kozmoloji ve termodinamiğinin ikinci yasasının argümanın kilit öncülü olan evrenin zamanda bir başlangıcı olduğu iddiasını desteklediğini iddia etmişlerdir. Diğer taraftan bazı ateistler Kuantum Mekaniğinin parçacıkların nedensiz olarak yaratılabileceğini gösterdiğini, bunun da başlangıcı olan her şeyin bir nedeni olduğunu ifade eden Hudus delilinin nedensellik öncülünü yanlışladığını iddia etmişlerdir. Bu makaledeki amacımız bu iddiaları değerlendirip, modern bilimin Müslüman kelamcılar tarafından geliştirilen bu delil hakkında ne söylediğini belirlemektir.

Huduth argument (in contemporary Western philosophy known as Kalam Cosmological argument) is an argument for the existence of God which rests on the idea that the universe has a beginning in time. Some theists have claimed that modern science, particularly modern cosmology and second law of thermodynamics supports the key premise of the argument which argues that universe began to exist. On the other hand, some atheists have claimed that Quantum Mechanics have demonstrated that particles can be created without cause falsifying the causal principle of the Kalam cosmological argument which states that everything that begins to exist has a cause. In this article we will evaluate these claims and try to determine what modern science has to say about this argument developed by medieval Muslim theologians. 

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Primary Language en
Subjects Religious Studies
Journal Section Articles
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Orcid: 0000-0001-9021-6021
Author: Enis Doko (Primary Author)
Country: Turkey


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APA Doko, E . (2018). Kelâm’in Kozmolojik Argümani ve Modern Bilim. Kader, 16 (1), 1-13. DOI: 10.18317/kaderdergi.417640
MLA Doko, E . "Kelâm’in Kozmolojik Argümani ve Modern Bilim". Kader 16 (2018): 1-13 <http://dergipark.gov.tr/kaderdergi/issue/38062/417640>
Chicago Doko, E . "Kelâm’in Kozmolojik Argümani ve Modern Bilim". Kader 16 (2018): 1-13
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