Hi everyone,

I've created this thread in order to discuss the following video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnamsXvc9Pg

Stefan Molyneux is a self-professed philosopher and the most popular podcaster of philosophy on the planet. The significance of this is that bad philosophy and arguments from him are projected to such a wide audience, as are the arguments of his callers (he receives calls from listeners into his show).

This podcast was filmed as he talked to two atheists on atheism.

I'm about 30mins in but already the callers argue that "truth can only be derived from necessity". As an epistemological premise to their argument. I don't know what it is but this premise sounds a but odd to me... anyone agree? Disagree?

Also, discuss the rest of the video here if you wish.