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  1. Explain Kants Moral argument for the existence of God [Part A question]

    What Kant means by this is, we all have objective moral laws, and these are known through internal reasoning (our own opinions and our own experiences) and external reasoning (others influence and most importantly, God?s influence). However in this quote Kant is actually referring God to a concept and not a physical being that influences you. Kant says that existence is not a predicate of God. Kant is known for his coin analogy. Essentially this analogy claims that 100 coins in your hand in comparison to picturing 100 coins in your hand BOTH have the same value: neither is greater.

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