Paley's Argument From Design, And Hume's Counter-analogy

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Philosophy

 

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Renita G

 

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October 17, 2013

 

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Paley shows in his argument that all the pieces of the watch are put together for a definite purpose. No matter how many watches were made before this one, Paley explains that the watch still has a maker. Watches cannot be designed by other watches, some superior being must have created at least the first one...
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The designer obviously understands how the watch works and how to create it to function properly. With this premise, Paley introduces the connection between the watch and our universe. He explains clearly that if a watch needs a designer, surely the far more complex universe should need one to. Paley justifies the existence of God through this watch and universe simile...
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