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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Moral Evil, Standard-Definition Television, Theodicy

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Many people see the fact of evil and human suffering as the strongest argument against god. We cannot escape this by saying evil is an illusion of the
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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Theism, Omnibenevolence, Reductio Ad Absurdum

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Criticizes all three main arguments for god and presents the arguments against god: cosmological argument (first cause) Every event must have a cause a
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PHL101Y1 Chapter 1: The Cosmological Argument

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PHL101Y1 Chapter 1: Freedom and Necessity

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Defending the view that free will and moral responsibility are compatible with causal determinism. Free will means you could have acted otherwise. When
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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Marmoutier, Gaunilo Of Marmoutiers, Ontological Argument

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If anselm"s proof for the existence of a greatest conceivable being were sound, then we could give a sound proof for the existence of a greatest island
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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intelligent Designer, Roman Numerals

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Each of the roman numerals is another premise to prove is conclusion. You can"t have any object without a designer and maker. None of these reasons are
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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Doom Ii: Hell On Earth, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, Personal Identity

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Author: john locke from an essay concerning human understanding. When we see anything in a place at a time, that is that very thing and not. 1. a. anot
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PHL101Y1 Chapter online1: phl hume

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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Immanence, Hypnosis, Determinism

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Human freedom contradicts determinism (that everything has a cause) Human freedom contradicts indeterminism (that nothing in caused) If a man is respon
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PHL101Y1 Chapter online2: phl free will

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PHL101Y1 Chapter 1: Selections from Theodicy

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Author: gottfried w leibniz (german polymath and philosopher) The whole article is a response to several objections. God did not choose the best in cre
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PHL101Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reductionism, Incompatibilism, Compatibilism

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Recent neuroscientific findings shouldn"t cause more worry about the possibility of free will and moral responsibility: determinism on brain level does
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