Moral Arguement

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Kant rejects other attempts to prove existance of God; he is above our realism and we should accept he exists through faith working towards the summum bonum through acting moally. For this to be rational there has to be a reward of justice; given in the afterlife on judgement day. "It is morally necessary to assume the existance of God"

Freud said we all have an ID- part of the mind looking after number 1. An Ego- when we learn we are part of other people too and a Super Ego- when we learn to share moral values dependent on others too. Our conscience isnt the voice of God it is the communication of these.

Newman suggests that from a young age we feel


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