cosmological argument (Q949648)

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argument in which the existence of a unique being (some kind of god, demiurge) is deduced or inferred from facts or alleged facts concerning causation,change,motion,contingency,or finitude in respect of the universe as a whole or processes within it
  • argument from universal causation
  • argument from first cause
  • causal argument
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cosmological argument
argument in which the existence of a unique being (some kind of god, demiurge) is deduced or inferred from facts or alleged facts concerning causation,change,motion,contingency,or finitude in respect of the universe as a whole or processes within it
  • argument from universal causation
  • argument from first cause
  • causal argument

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