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2. What is the third way of Aquinas' Cosmological Argument?

  • teleology
  • Contingency
  • Unmoved mover
  • Unmoved causer
  • graduation

3. What was Russell's statement?

  • 'Cause is a kind of reason.'
  • 'To say one has not found it is one thing; to say that one should not look for it seems to me rather dogmatic.'
  • 'I should say that the universe is just there and that is all.'
  • 'An adequate explanation must ultimately be a total explanation, to which nothing further can be added.'

4. What is at the heart of the Russell Coppleston debate?

  • Actuality.
  • Motion.
  • The issue of contigency and necessity and what is a sufficient reason to explain why anything exists.
  • Potentiallity.

5. What does Aquinas say about Efficient cause?

  • The cause is necessary.
  • It argues against the existence of God.
  • It doesn't exist.
  • He disagrees with having an efficient cause.

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