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What disanalogies or points of difference are there between the design of the watch and the design of the universe?
Should a distinction be made between "prescriptive law" and "descriptive law"? I.e., a distinction between legal rules and laws of science?
If the watch or universe were defective in any way, would that point to an imperfection in the maker?