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Q: Strong determinism denies that human beings have (Points : 1) real freedom. real truth. real physics. real mathematics
A: A.)real freedom
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User: The Argument from Design claims that

User: Strong determinism denies that human beings have (Points : 1) real freedom. real truth. real physics. real mathematics

Weegy: A.)real freedom
VisTRA|Points 340|

User: John Searle tried to show that there was more to thinking than merely manipulating symbols with his (Points : 1) Chinese restaurant though-experiment. Chinese room thought-experiment. Popperian refutation thought-experiment. Chinese medicine thought-experiment

Weegy: 2.)Chinese room thought-experiment
audrey17|Points 954|

User: The Ontological Proof of the Existence of God claims that God exists because (Points : 1) God's perfection includes necessary existence. morality requires a religious foundation. Aquinas said God exists. if God did not exist, humans could not understand evil.

Weegy: The Ontological proof of existence of God, claims that 1. God's perfection includes necessary existence.
sharpies|Points 8877|

User: The Ontological Proof of the Existence of God claims that God exists because

User: The problem of evil suggests that which of the following cannot be true? (Points : 1) God is all-good, all-knowing, and all-powerful. Evil exists, and God is all-good and all-powerful. Evil exists, and God is not all-knowing. Evil exists, and God is not all-loving.

Weegy: C. Evil exists, and God is not all-loving.
koronamel88|Points 140|

User: A philosopher who can be seen as insisting on fideism as justified was (Points : 1) Newton. Thomas Aquinas. Spinoza. Kierkegaard.

Weegy: A philosopher who can be seen as insisting on fideism as justified was Soren Aaby Kierkegaard. He believed that because faith is characterized by absolute certainty and passionate personal commitment, it can never be supported by reason.


Answer is Kierkegaard.

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User: An essential property of God, according to the Ontological Argument, is (Points : 1) compassion. righteousness. omniscience. existence.

Weegy: 3. omniscience. all versions of the ontological argument assume that God is simultaneously omnipotent, omniscient, and morally perfect.
migzptz|Points 7616|

User: he most obvious result of Descartes distinguishing the mind from the body is (Points : 1) the immortality of the soul can be explained. the omnipotence of God can be explained. the origin of the universe can be explained. the existence of evil can be explained.

Weegy: The most obvious result of Descartes distinguishing the mind from the body is the immortality of the soul can be explained.
shadow-cristina27|Points 0|

User: For Aquinas, God was (Points : 1) a contingent being. a useful being. a necessary being. a practical being.

Weegy: For Aquinas, God was a practical being.
selymi|Points 10787|

User: Marx regarded religion as fundamentally one of several (Points : 1) Paths to the Truth. ideologies. ways of understanding the soul. sources of pleasant holidays.

Weegy: 2. ideologies
Sunshiineluv|Points 678|

User: The Argument from Design claims that (Points : 1) there is so much order in the world to have arisen by accident. no bad or evil things ever occur in the world. only God could be the first cause of the universe. man-made global climate change is caused by Satan.

Weegy: The Argument from Design claims that: 1) there is so much order in the world to have arisen by accident.
yumdrea|Points 343|

User: Strong determinism denies that human beings have (Points : 1) real freedom. real truth. real physics. real mathematics.

Weegy: A.)real freedom
VisTRA|Points 340|

User: John Searle tried to show that there was more to thinking than merely manipulating symbols with his (Points : 1) Chinese restaurant though-experiment. Chinese room thought-experiment. Popperian refutation thought-experiment. Chinese medicine thought-experiment.

Weegy: 2.)Chinese room thought-experiment
audrey17|Points 954|

User: The Ontological Proof of the Existence of God claims that God exists because (Points : 1) God's perfection includes necessary existence. morality requires a religious foundation. Aquinas said God exists. if God did not exist, humans could not understand evil.

Weegy: The Ontological proof of existence of God, claims that 1. God's perfection includes necessary existence.
sharpies|Points 8877|

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