It's not the theory that's a problem 6 it's the assumption of the cosmological principle," Clowes told Space Reporter.
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CP stands for Cosmological Principle (astrophysics)
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Ostrander views a six-member theistic set of causal powers (material, formal, instrumental, final, efficient, and sufficient cause) that works with the anthropic cosmological principle to produce a cosmos inhabited by human life--something to ponder in more detail.
Cosmological principles have played a key role in the theory and practice of medicine throughout history, sometimes obscuring human understanding of more accurate models such as modern disease theory, but often leading the way in the spirit of scientific and medical inquisition.
Chua's demonstration of Vincenzo Galilei's ambivalence toward the rationalization of music that Galilei himself had advocated through "correction" of the Pythagorean tuning ratios, which in antiquity where taken as cosmological principles.
I like to call it Life and Mind Bearing Principle, extending it even to what I call the Aesthetic Cosmological Principle.
He explains how Kant develops and defends three cosmological principles of Baumgarten's (and adds a fourth)--no fate, no chance, no leap (continuity), and no gap--as widely applicable to the phenomenal world, how all the Principles of Pure Understanding that determine content (all except the Postulates) can be linked to aspects of Kant's concept of the world as it is expressed in rational cosmology.
The Cosmological Principle is taking a beating these days.
Instead, 508b presents the good as the cosmological principle of a cosmos somehow without soul.