Saturday, March 2, 2013

Question 1468

Starts with Prima autem et manifestior via est, quæ sumitur ex parte motus, from The Argument of the Unmoved Mover, going through The Argument of the First Clause, The Argument from Contingency, The Argument from Degree, ends with Ergo est aliquid intelligens, a quo omnes res naturales ordinantur ad finem, et hoc dicimus ____ , from the X Argument which states/proves in the end that Y exists. All of them are proposed proofs taking the form of scholarly arguments. Gimme Y and Identify.

2 Answers:

VK Handa said...


Y-God
St.Thomas Acquinas's 5 arguments for the existence of God in his book Summa Theologica.

Soumya said...

God. Cosmological argument