Aquinas' 3rd Way

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But, he goes on, if there was a time when there was nothing, then nothing would exist even today, because something cannot come from nothing. However, our observations tell us that something does exist, therefore there is something that must exist, and Aquinas says that something is God. Aquinas' argument has a couple of flaws in it...
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One is pointed out by Samuel Clarke, who says a whole series of dependent beings can have no cause from outside of it, because all things that ever were are supposed to be included in the series. The series also can not have a cause from within because no one being within the series is necessary. An example of this would be the set of real numbers we use today...
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