The problem of the one and the many, or, accounting for unity and diversity in human experience is one of the most perplexing questions in philosophy. How does ones worldview account for both of these aspects of experience and can non-Christian worldviews or alternate theories of thought account for the one and the many when at the heart of their foundation they are either monistic or ultra-particular in their make-up? This is the issue we pondered today in class, arguing that only Christian-theism can account for both aspects of reality due to the Triunity of God and His unity in being and diversity in person-hood. Hence, only the Christian worldview can count and account for counting. Here’s the class.