KW Cosmological Argument

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Way 1
Argument for an unmoved mover
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Way 2
Argument for an uncasued causer
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Way 3
Argument from contingency
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Infinite
Refers to something which has neither a beginning nor an end.
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Reality
Refers to our experience of the universe and the way it works.
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Speculation
An activity of the mind thinking about the varius logical possibilities regarding any given point or issue.
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Cosmological argument
Claims that, from examining the fact that the universe exists, you can work out the cause of the universe's existence.
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Infinite regression
A chain of events that goes backwards forever.
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Fallacy of composition
Is it necessary for the whole universe to have a first cause just because everything in it has a cause?
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Principle of sufficient reason
Explaining the truth of a fact, or the existence of a thing, includes an explanation of why it is like that and not different.
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Argument for an uncasued causer

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Argument from contingency

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Refers to something which has neither a beginning nor an end.

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Refers to our experience of the universe and the way it works.

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