Aquinas' five ways

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ARISTOTLE FIRST WAY
ARGUMENT FOR MOTION-nothing can move itself, if every object in motion had a mover, then the first object in motion needed a mover, the first mover is the unmoved mover called god
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ARISTOTLES SECOND WAY
CAUSATION OF EXSISTANCE- thier exsists things that out caused by other things, nothing can be created itslef, their cannot be an endless string of objects causing other objects to exsist, therefore must be uncaused first cause called God
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ARISTOTLES THIRD WAY
ARGUMENT FOR CONTINGENT AND NECCESSARY BEINGS- contingent beinfs are caused, not every being can be contingent, there must exsist a being which is neccary to cause contingent beings
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ARISTOTLES FOURTH WAY
ARGUMENT FOR DEGRESS AND PERFECTION
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ARISTOTLES FIFTH WAY
ARGUEMENT FOR INTELLIGENT DESIGN
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CAUSATION OF EXSISTANCE- thier exsists things that out caused by other things, nothing can be created itslef, their cannot be an endless string of objects causing other objects to exsist, therefore must be uncaused first cause called God

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ARISTOTLES SECOND WAY

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ARGUMENT FOR CONTINGENT AND NECCESSARY BEINGS- contingent beinfs are caused, not every being can be contingent, there must exsist a being which is neccary to cause contingent beings

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ARGUMENT FOR DEGRESS AND PERFECTION

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ARGUEMENT FOR INTELLIGENT DESIGN

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