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Unformatted text preview: human error? The answer to this is that God has infinite knowledge supporting his will. Humans on the other hand have limited knowledge and learn through their experiences. Will is not the cause of error. Humans commit human error because they don’t have the knowledge to back up their will. Human’s free will and human’s lack of knowledge combined and are responsible for human error. Augustine’s theory on evil is best summarized like this. If God is a perfect being and not evil how than how can evil exist. This is similar to the Human Error question in that in both instances God is perfect. Also in both instances the writer is searching for a reason to explain humans deficiencies. Augustine is trying to explain human’s evil in regards God being perfect. Descartes is trying to explain human error also in regards to God being perfect....
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2008 for the course GP 100 taught by Professor Mekios during the Fall '08 term at Stonehill.
- Fall '08