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Unformatted text preview: Arbitrariness: Torturing Innocent Children Could Be Good God’s Own Goodness Is Uninteresting (Tyrant Analogy) If Latter, Then: Morality Is Not Based Upon God’s Commands Note: Other Properties Of God Also Admit Of Independent Analyses Quinn’s Rebuttal God’s Commands Are Not Fully Arbitrary The Constraining Role of Divine Goodness Reply: Does This Fully Remove Arbitrariness? Divine Command Theorists Should Allow Counter-Intuitive Cases Historical Examples Abraham and Hosea...
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