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William Paley, Natural Theology (1802), p.1-15. 1. What is the difference between a watch and a stone? What do we infer about the watch? 2. Paley addresses a number of objections to his argument – additional observations that might be made about the watch that might lead an observer to question Paley’s
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Unformatted text preview: conclusions. Find two examples of these objections and explain how Paley address them. 3. Why does Paley raise these particular objections? 4. Why can’t we just say that there is some ‘law of nature’ responsible for the shape and function of an eye, for example?...
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