What was Aquinas' argument from the efficient cause?
Everything has a cause and every cause has its own cause, there must be an un caused cause which is known as God
Everything has a cause, but there isn't an un caused cause because God doesn't exist
Which philosopher said "Everything must have a sufficient reason for its existence"?
"To ask for an explanation of the universe is meaningless". Which philosopher said this?
What other name is the Cosmological Argument known by?
The Causes Argument
First Cause Argument
"I should say that the universe is just there and that's all". This is a quote from who?
Hume believed that..
We should stop at the universe and go no further
Aquinas was right in his argument
What does contingency mean?
Something which is not necessary, which depends on something else for its existence
Something which is necessary and doesn't depend on something else for its existence
What is infinite regress?
Events that lead to something
A chain of events that go back to infinity
The Cosmological Argument is an argument for the existence of God, based on the fact of the worlds existence. True or false?
The unmoved mover is...
Everything that moves is moved by something else. There must be an unmoved mover in order for the mover to be moved, this is God
Everything that moves is moved by something else because that is the way it is