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Citation Information for “Thomas Aquinas, ‘The Argument from Design’”

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“… Hume does not hold that the argument from design is simply fallacious or invalid. On the contrary, he acknowledges its force. When he contemplates the order of the world, he too is led to treat it as the manifestation of what transcends the world.” H. O. Mounce, Hume's Naturalism (London: Taylor & Francis, 1999), 117.

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