PHI200Week4DQ1 - examined, are valid in the situation that...

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Philosophers have deemed it vital to provide responses to inquiries ever since Western Philosophy itself originated with the earliest Greeks. If we regard the existence of God as another issue then certainly it is required to offer answers as to whether or not you suppose God exists or does not exist. The reflection on God’s existence started as philosophy assembled humanity’s ideas beyond the material universe, as to whether the environment defines us, civilization and background defines us or to whether something isolated from all that we undergo defines us. I believe, as the theme itself has always been inside and surrounding philosophy; the topic of God has become a tenet of fundamental philosophical subjects. Additionally, what does ‘God’ represent? There are several meanings for and what God is. I consider that normally within western society a mention of God signifies the accumulative manifestation of God promoted by Christian theism and deism. All six traditional arguments for the existence of God, when thoroughly
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Unformatted text preview: examined, are valid in the situation that their principles are exact; and their foundations are credible taking into account the proof than their repudiations. One claim is very believable and this is the all-encompassing moral argument. The moral argument regarding Gods existence clarifies that, as neutral moral principles exist so God exists because it would demand a mind preceding the Human mind to identify moral values that are binding irrespective of ones culture and society. Life and ones actions within life are in essence very subjective and non-binding, every individual creates their own sense of moral duties. The moral argument for Gods existence is compelling, since it plays on both the emotional and intellectual scale of the Human mind. References: Mosser, K. (2010). A Concise Introduction to Philosophy . San Diego, CA: Bridgepoint Education, Inc. Retrieved from https://content.ashford.edu/books/AUPHI200.10.2/sections/ch04...
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