3. Reason-out each of the following based on the view of St. Thomas:
-Why would it not be possible for there to be only one being in existence and that being is a contingent being? (NOTE: This based on the 3rd way of St. Thomas but it is NOT ASKING you to discuss the 3rd way)
-Why would it not be possible for everything that exists to be a thing that is possible to be or not to be? (NOTE: This is based on the 3rd way of St. Thomas but it is NOT ASKING you to discuss the 3rd way)
-Among beings that possess certain perfections (like goodness, beauty, truth) in a more or less degree, it is not possible to account for their having these perfections simply because of their respective essences. Why is this so? (NOTE: This is based on the 4th way of St. Thomas but it is NOT ASKING you to discuss the 4th way)
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