Kant and the Teleological Argument.

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What does Kant question?
How we can even be sure that order exists in our world.
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What does Kant reject?
He rejects design arguments.
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Why does Kant reject design arguments?
Humans naturally categorise and order our own experiences.
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What could humans be putting into our world that is actually not there?
We could be projecting order onto the world when it is not actually there.
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What might be in chaos and we might not know?
The world.
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Why might we not know that the world is actually in chaos?
We cannot see phenomena.
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How does Kant argue can prove the existence of God?
Using the existence of our inner moral law as the starting point.
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