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Monique Apodaca March 11, 2011 Phil. 341 Why does rationalism’s solution fail? Rationalism involves using ones instincts in developing solutions, but when religion and spirituality become involved there is no clear-cut way to rationalize either of these concept. Trying to put the concept of God into a vacuum and rationally analyzing this seemingly perfect being is impossible to achieve. Many would say that humans are incapable of rationally perceiving God and those of similar nature. Rationalism comes to conclusions via valid arguments, which in many cases religion and God have none. Those who believe in the word of God simply do, there is no need for explanation or proof. God is, was, and will be without question and rationalism does not accept that type of answer for anything especially that which can mold ones entire existence. Religion is a subject that has been argued for centuries and will continue to be argued for centuries to come. So, would a rationalist be able to effectively argue the existence of God? Depends who you talk to, obviously there must be some sort of
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2011 for the course MGMT 202 taught by Professor Sandoval during the Spring '11 term at New Mexico.

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Paper1 - Monique Apodaca March 11, 2011 Phil. 341 Why does...

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