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Phil. 102 Introduction to Philosophy
Quiz: Aquinas' Five Ways

Fall 2002 ©2002 OPL

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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Quiz: Aquinas' Five Ways

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