Kant-Arg Philosophers by Ralph C S Walker download in iPad, ePub, pdf
The problem of divine foreknowledge can also be seen as denying that omniscience, omnipotence, and moral perfection constitute a coherent set. If a being is truly worthy of worship, though, then he is entitled to our unconditional obedience. Nevertheless, the success of the argument doesn't depend on our having a complete understanding of the concept of a being than which none greater can be conceived. Likewise, if I want to prove that bachelors, unicorns, or viruses don't exist, I must do the same.
It is the rational soul which allows humans to live a virtuous life. Second, the Christian view of heaven and hell appear in many ways to be unjust. Problems arise when those with bad character become rulers, as for example, when a kingship becomes a tyranny. By definition, God is a being than which none greater can be imagined.
But this contradicts the assumption that B is a being that instantiates all the perfections. Thus, according to this reasoning, it follows that B exists. Nothing has no qualities whatsoever. It is very hard to make sense of the claim that such a God is deficient in some relevant respect.
For example, someone who is courageous is neither too rash nor a coward. It might be the case that, other things being equal, a set of dishes that is indestructible in this world is greater than a set of dishes that is not indestructible in this world. The Argument Described St. Nor, as Spinoza observed, will it make sense to say that something could prevent Him from existing. Paley likened the universe to a watch, with many ordered parts working in harmony to further some purpose.
This version of the argument relies on two important claims. The problem here is that the qualities that make an island great are not the sort of qualities that admit of conceptually maximal qualities.