Aesthetic argument against the existence of God

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Aesthetic argument against the existence of God is based on the preference or taste of the non-theist. While it is not a persuasive argument, Friedrich Nietzsche suggested that it was the justification of many atheists. Aesthetics are also used to argue for the opposite conclusion in the argument from aesthetic experience.

"[God] was counter to the taste of mine ears and eyes; worse than that I should not like to say against him. [1]"

References

  1. Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra, chapter Out of Service
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