Unformatted text preview: human reasoning". Part II discuss' the existence of God, stating things such as "we ought rather to believe that as he comprehends the perfections of matter without being material. ." they state things that he is perfect in every way that he is eternal in a sense. Part III represents Philo having to choose sides rationally, between being a skeptic and a believer in a sense. They state that skeptics tend to rely on more material things like common sense, while believers so to speak have faith and understand the existence without matter. They try to question his nature rather than his existence. Part VI talks about how philo t...
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- Fall '07
- Philosophy, Dialogues Concerning Natural, Natural Religions