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Department
Humanities
Course
HUMA 1160
Professor
Stanley Tweyman
Semester
Winter

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QUESTION 1: BUT NEED MORE INFO “But there is no view of human life or of the condition of mankind, from which, without the greatest violence, we can infer the moral attributes, or learn that infinite benevolence, conjoined with infinite power and infinite wisdom, which we must discover by the eyes of faith alone”. (Last paragraph of Part 10 of Hume’s Dialogues Concerning Natural Religion) What arguments does Philo provide in Part 10 to establish that the cause of the design of the world cannot be an infinitely powerful and benevolent deity. Philo tells Cleanthes that he can still preserve his anthropomorphism, which is when the predicate applied to people can be applied to God, and asset the moral attributes of the Deity - his justice, benevolence, me
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