PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ontological Argument, Theodicy

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Possible worlds version: god is a necessary being, possible for god to exist, some world god exists, and neccesaey being, necessary beings exists in all possible worlds, that being is in every world, god exists in that world. Or in terms: possible, so in some world necessary, all world, actual world (god exists) Problems for possible worlds version: is god possible? we proved a necessary being exists - why must it be god? sober - necessary critiscims existence chatracterizes god but that only shows that if god exists, he exists necessarilyy. Positivists divided all statements into 2 class: analytic and synthetic. Ana= are true or false bc of their concepts. Syn= are true or false bc of verifying experiences. Close link btw posteriori/a priori and syn/ana. Either via understanding the concepts in statement or we observe nature. Design arg. suggests some auxiliary hypo which makes gods exists falliblee or veri able.

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