Category talk:Cosmological arguments

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I think that this category might be a sub-category of [[:Category:Anthropic arguments|Anthropic arguments]].  Basically, an anthropic argument is one that uses the order found in various types of "things" to prove that there must have been a God to organize it.  A cosmological argument specifically says that the universe itself is so orderly that it must have been made by a God.  Thus, cosmological arguments would be a special case of anthropic arguments.
 
I think that this category might be a sub-category of [[:Category:Anthropic arguments|Anthropic arguments]].  Basically, an anthropic argument is one that uses the order found in various types of "things" to prove that there must have been a God to organize it.  A cosmological argument specifically says that the universe itself is so orderly that it must have been made by a God.  Thus, cosmological arguments would be a special case of anthropic arguments.
  
I'm not entirely convinced that I'm right yet.  Somebody please weigh in on whether this category should be moved.
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I'm not entirely convinced that I'm right yet.  Somebody please weigh in on whether this category should be moved. --[[User:Kazim|Kazim]] 15:37, 11 November 2006 (CST)

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I think that this category might be a sub-category of Anthropic arguments. Basically, an anthropic argument is one that uses the order found in various types of "things" to prove that there must have been a God to organize it. A cosmological argument specifically says that the universe itself is so orderly that it must have been made by a God. Thus, cosmological arguments would be a special case of anthropic arguments.

I'm not entirely convinced that I'm right yet. Somebody please weigh in on whether this category should be moved. --Kazim 15:37, 11 November 2006 (CST)

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