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Q. 1.  Bertrand Russell argues that if the difference between right and wrong is determined by God’s will, then it no longer makes sense to say that God is good. Why does he say this? Do you think he is right?

Q. 2.  What is ‘Watch’ phenomenon? Please define William Paley’s Nature Theology?

 Q 3.  Does an object that “tends towards an end,” as Thomas Aquinas puts it, require some intelligence to direct it?

Q. 4.  What do you know about ‘Rene Descartes’ and his ‘method of doubt’? 

Q. 5.  Why can’t the chain of causes “go back to infinity,” according to Aquinas? 

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      Q.1Bertrand Russell argues that if the difference between right and wrong is determined by God’s will, then it no longer makes sense to say that God is good. Why does he say this? Do you think he is …