Title: Bertrand Russell's First Cause Argument
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We simply choose to think that the world had to have a beginning. Our lack of imagination, however, blinds us to the fact that perhaps there was no beginning.
Although I agree vehemently with the fact that the world may not have existed and it may not have a beginning and I also agree that if God does not have a maker then why should we believe he is our maker?
However, after making a list of he good and bad parts of his argument I must lean more toward the bad...
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He also uses examples without explaining them. He expects the reader to know what he is talking about. For me, I do not know anything about philosophy, other than what I learned this semester. Therefore, I did not understand some of his examples and was left confused. I reread the example of the elephant and the tortoise more than 5 times and I still do not understand it...
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