What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Introduction Michael J Loux
The Cosmological Argument Paul Edwards
The Teleological Argument David Hume
36 other sections not shown
able according action actual admit answer appear argument assertion authority become belief body called cause claim common conceived concept concerning consequences consider contains continuity course death depends desire determined distinct doubt effect equally evidence evil example existence experience explained express fact feeling follows force further give given greater hand happiness hold human idea imagine important individual interest judgment kind knowledge labor least less living matter means merely mind moral nature necessary never notion object opinion pain particular perfect perhaps person philosophers physical pleasure political position possible practical present principle probability produce proposition prove question reason regard relation remain require respect rule seems sense similar society Socrates soul speak suppose sure theory things thought tion true truth understand universe whole