Moral argument

This can be used for any exam board as I believe it's surplus information for most. 

Can be useful for 'argumentative' style questions (ex. Part 'B's in OCR AS Philosophy of Religion)

As always, please let me know of any typos! ^_^ 

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Philosophers have suggested three possible explanations for these similarities. One of these explanations is not...
Morality is formed by each individual by a mixed process of subjective and objective evaluation of what is moral
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Some question whether summum bonum is possible and hence that God is made possible. Who argues that Kant moved from logical possibility to presumption of actuality? This philosophers holds that there is a contradiction in Kant's argument over summum bonum
John Hick
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Who presented the above criticism?
Brian Davies
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According to who, our morality is the result of humanity seeking to promote the satisfaction of desire for the majority of people? He also holds moral codes exist for the well-being of our society and not due to any outside cause.
Bertrand Russell
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Hans Kung presented a number of criticisms on the Freudian objection to the moral argument in which book?
Does God exist?
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Aquinas's Fourth way of demonstrating the existence God is a moral argument. This argument does NOT include the idea that...
The evaluation of morality is simply the comparison of a things morality to Gods goodness
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The above argument is supported by which two Christian thinkers who hold that our moral sense shows God requiring certain standards from us?
H.P Owen (The Moral Argument for Christian Theism) and C.S. Lewis (More Christianity)
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Some question whether summum bonum is possible and hence that God is made possible. Who argues that Kant moved from logical possibility to presumption of actuality? This philosophers holds that there is a contradiction in Kant's argument over summum bonum

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John Hick

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Who presented the above criticism?

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According to who, our morality is the result of humanity seeking to promote the satisfaction of desire for the majority of people? He also holds moral codes exist for the well-being of our society and not due to any outside cause.

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Hans Kung presented a number of criticisms on the Freudian objection to the moral argument in which book?

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