Aquinas

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Philosophy

 

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Roy F

 

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September 18, 2013

 

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Thus, there cannot be an infinite chain of movers so there must be a first, unmoved mover. Similarly, Aquinas’ second way argument follows the same deductive logic as the first. Instead, its premises are based on ‘events’ rather than ‘motion.’ To begin with, consider Aquinas’ first way. His argument is based on Aristotle’s belief that motion is a reduction of something from potentiality to actuality (Sober, 2009)...
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His argument is based on Aristotle’s belief that motion is a reduction of something from potentiality to actuality (Sober, 2009). However, in modern day we have accepted Newtonian physics as law, which states that an object will “remain in constant uniform motion unless acted on by a force.” (Sober, 2009) Therefore, rather than an object being propelled by another, objects will only accelerate if a forced is applied...
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