The argument from morality is an argument for the existence of God. ....
development; this entail that moral values do not exist independently of the
The argument can be summarised in the following syllogism: Premise 1: If God
does not exist, then objective moral values and duties do not exist. Premise 2: ...
Human beings do not need to believe in God to discern moral duties or
understand that objective moral values exist. But, that has never been the
argument of ...
The Argument from Values or Moral Absolutes claims that there are universal
human values and ideals - things like goodness, beauty, truth, justice, etc.
These are two separate, but connected arguments
for the existence of God. Together, they make up what are known as the Axiological Arguments
(axios = value
). They assert that the existence of values
and/or of morals
proves that God exists. More »
The arguments from morals and values make up what are known as the
Axiological Arguments (axios = value). According to the Argument from Values,
there are ...
The most discussed moral argument for God's existence is currently the argument
concerning the ontological basis for objective moral values: 1. If God does not ...
Sep 8, 2015 ... This is a deductively valid argument, which is to say if its premises are .... Even if
objective moral values and duties were proven to exist 100%, ...
Jul 17, 2012 ... The argument can be summarised in the following syllogism: Premise 1: If God
does not exist, then objective moral values and duties do not ...
Jan 13, 2008 ... Some argument against objective moral values. Are there more than this? These
were what I could come up with. I. The argument from ...