The cosmological argument Introduction

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What does the cosmological argument argument
It argues the existence of god based on the apparent order in the universe.
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What does COSMOS mean
It is Greek for the world
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Does it require apriori knowledge or aposteriori
Aposteriori
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Is it a deductive argument or an Inductive argument
Inductive
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Due to the fact that there is movement in and change in the world then there must be an ....
Unmoved mover
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Who is the unmoved mover
God
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What does the unmoved mover do
allows his world to be changeable so that it is able to move towards perfection
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Who is the person who is most commonly associated with the cosmological argument
Thomas Aquinas
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Aquinas created five ****
Ways - which were described as the cornerstone of catholic natural theology
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What are Aquinas 5 ways
UN-moved mover... First cause... Contingency and necessity... Grades of perfection in things... From design
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What three of these five ways make up the cosmological argument
UN-moved mover... First cause... Contingency and necessity
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What does Aquinas also base his argument on.
"Nothing comes from nothing. The universe exists, so something must have made it,that can only be god"
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