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Papers On Philosophy of Religion, God's
Existence, & Freewill (Page 4)
Freewill vs. Determinism : This 5 page paper discusses
whether or not the philosophical concepts of determinism and
free will are compatible with each other. Freewill.wps

The Battle Between Freewill & Determinism / Arguing In
Favor Of Freewill :
In 7 pages the author discusses the age
long battle between the doctrines of freewill and determinism.
The writer posits that mankind does, indeed, have freewill.
Bibliography lists 1 source. Battlefd.wps

Arguing Against the Concept of Freewill : A 6 page
philosophical essay in which the writer argues that we can not
prove the existence of free will. This is a well-written,
well-devised argumentative paper based upon available
research. The ideas of Kant, John Calvin, and others are refuted.
Bibliography lists 6 sources. Freewill.wps

Free Will / Calvin, Descartes & Hegel : A 6 page paper that
considers what the response of these philosophers would be to
the question: "does it make any difference whether or not
people have free will ?" Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Arguing Against Kierkegaard's Proof of God's Existence :
A 3 page analysis of Kierkegaard's philosophy that we reason
from existence and not towards existence and therefore God
must exist. The writer is extremely critical of Kierkegaard's
argument and makes a number of strong points to counter the
philosopher's reasoning. No Bibliography. Kierkega.wps

G.F. Leibniz's Theory of Monads : A 4 page critique of
Gottfield Wilheml Leibniz's Monad theory which attempts to
describe a harmonious universe made up of an infinite
number of monads, or units, arranged in a hierarchy and
originating in the Supreme Monad, which is God. The writer
feels that Leibniz's theory is both vague and overstated-- leaving
room open for much question. No Bibliography. Leibniz.wps

G.F. Leibniz's Theory of Monads # 2 : Similar to
Leibniz.wps, this 3 page essay looks at some of the reasons for
Leibniz's creation of a Monad theory in light of the works of
Newton & others. In the writer's opinion, the Monad theory was
used to fill some unseen "gap" created by unclear ideas such as
gravity. Leibniz2.wps

Ontology as it Relates to Philosophy : A 7 page paper that
considers the concept of ontology as it relates to philosophy,
with specific concern for the works of Heidegger, Aristotle and
St. Anselm. This paper first presents a basic overview of the
ontological, and then considers the significance of the
ontological argument within the realm of philosophy.
Bibliography lists 7 sources. Ontol.wps

Invalidating the "First Cause" Argument for God's
Existence :
9 pages analytically assessing the concept of "First
Cause." Citing the work and theories of such historical thinkers
as Sartre, Hume, and Kant-- the writer presents both sides of the
argument and concludes the analysis by determining that the
First Cause argument falls short of proving God's existence
(note : writer does not attempt to disprove God's existence- only
to invalidate the First Cause argument). Bibliography lists 5
sources. Firstcau.wps

A Critique of Paley's "Watchmaker" Argument : 3 pages in
length. A short, yet insightful critique of Paley's "watchmaker"
argument for the existence of God. The writer briefly presents
Paley's logic, discusses the merit of his reasoning, and then
proceeds to debate the incompleteness of the philosopher's
proposition. While we can say that a person created a clock or
a watch, we can not necessarily say with the use of such an
analogy that anything even remotely similar to a person
designed the universe. After all, a person could not have created
the material that a rock is made from...A person could not have
create the basic natural elements. A watch exists because a
person made it but a watch is not the most basic
element--(Further reasoning provided in essay). No
Bibliography. Paleygod.wps

St. Aquinas : A 3 page essay evaluating St. Aquinas' argument
for the existence of God. No bibliography. Aquinagd.wps

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