The Moral Argument

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What is the moral argument?
A priori
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If we obey the categorical imperatives what will we do?
Bring about the summum bonum
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Where does moral obligation come from according to Sigmund Freud?
Super ego
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According to Freud what gives us our conscience and guilt?
Tension
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How did John Hick justify there being a God?
"To believe in a reality of some kind that is superior to oneself and entitled to one's obedience"
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What did H P Owen say about objective moral law?
"If there's an objective moral law there must be a law-giver because objective moral laws are not self-explanatory
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What criticism did Brian Davies give for the Moral Argument?
It isn't illogical to aim for something that we might never achieve
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What is a criticism for the Moral Argument?
Even if the obligation to reach the summum bonum does require a powerful being than ourselves it doesn't mean it is a God of classical theism
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According to Freud what gives us our conscience and guilt?

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