Argument from Evil

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Philosophy

 

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Manuel G

 

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August 25, 2016

 

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University

 

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There does not exist an omnipotent, omniscient, wholly good being (Rowe 336) Upon analyzing it’s structure, we can see that the argument is valid. The premises guarantee the conclusion. The real question is whether it is sound. If it is not sound, there will not be any substance to his formulation...
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The premises guarantee the conclusion. The real question is whether it is sound. If it is not sound, there will not be any substance to his formulation. An argument that is sound has true premises. This is much harder to determine in this instance since the first premise appears to require evidence. It will likely cause the most problems because there does not seem to be any proof of such pointless acts of evil existing...
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