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Phil 134 Notes Short answer section: key term or concept, define and explain what it is. Or, a straightforward question and you answer it in the short way (3-4 sentences). For example, what is the difference between the first cause arguments Aquinas’s second way and the Kalam argument? What is volunenterism? <God’s will precede his intellect, all standards come from a totally uncoerced choice of God and everything follows after that. One essay, 3 essays and 2 will be on the exam and you pick between. They will be on blackboard. All on blackboard Kant’s Moral Argument: it would be demoralizing not to believe there is a moral order of the universe, for then we would have to regard it as very likely that the history of the universe will not be good on the whole, no matter what we do. Demoralization is morally undesirable. Therefore, there is moral advantage in believing that there is a moral order to the inverse. Theism provides the most adequate theory of a moral order of the universe, and therefore there is moral advantage in accepting theism. Criticism: morality not clearly define, “it’s a bummer not to believe in God, so we should”, and “demoralization is morally undesirable”, oxymoron because it is impossible to feel demoralized if there are no such things as morals, and applies to there being moral advantage as well. Kant- key concepts of morality are duty to the moral law (i.e. The categorical imperatives”), respect for morality vs. inclination, good will, duty: acting from vs.
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