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Directions: Match the premisses in Column 2 with the most appropriate arguments in Column 1 by placing the number or numbers in the blank spaces provided.
|Column 1||Column 2|
|_____________ Argument from Motion||1. To take away the cause is to take away the effect.|
|2. There are degrees of goodness in different things.|
|_____________ Argument from Efficient Cause||3. Evident to our senses is motion: the movement from actuality to potentiality.|
|4. Since things are countable, they are finite in number.|
|_____________ Argument from Necessity||5. It is not possible to regress to infinity in efficient causes.|
|6. Design or purpose is a product of intelligence.|
|_____________ Argument from Gradation||7. There are degrees of being in different things--the more being, the more goodness.|
|8. The order of the universe cannot be explained by chance, but only by design or purpose.|
|_____________ Argument from Governance||9. Whatever is moved is moved by another.|
|10. If, for all things, they do not exist at some time, then given infinite time, there would be nothing in existence.|
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