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PHIL 089H Notes 1.26.10

PHIL 089H Notes 1.26.10 - been some outside reason for the...

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PHIL 089H Notes 1.26.10 Cosmological Arguments Contingency and Sufficient Reason Nothing occurs with a sufficient reason for why it is so. Since the world is made up of contingent things, it must be contingent itself. There must have been a plan or reason behind everything. There must have
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Unformatted text preview: been some outside reason for the existence of everything. There must be an uncontingent source of all. Questions: Principle of sufficient reason? How can there be a necessary being that contains its own sufficient reason? Regress of Causes Time and Creation...
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