Wipf & Stock Pub, 2001. — 318 p.What constitutes a cosmological? Probably the best definition is that the cosmological is an a posteriori argument for a cause or reason for the cosmos. Three items in this definition deserve First, the cosmological is an a posterwn argumentt. Unlike the ontological argument, the cosmological argument always contains an existential premiss, that is, it asserts that something exists. The fact that the may also employ a priori principles, such as the of contradiction or the principle of causality, doesnot negate the fact that the argument as a whole is a posteriori, since its truth is on the fact that something exists.
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