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The Pillars of God
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Throughout history, one of the main philosophical debates has revolved around the nature of God and religion. Connected to this debate is the question of morality and society. A common controversy in this field is whether science and religion are in conflict with each other or if they address different concerns. Are religious matters, such as the meaning of existence and the existence of God, beyond the realm of science? Can the effectiveness of religion be proven? Does it even matter?

If we accept the assumption that God and religion do matter, what kind of evidence is available for the existence of God? The “argument from consensus” approach suggests that the widespread belief in God implies His actual existence. The “argument from Scripture” relies on writings about God. The “argument from design” asserts that our complex and ordered world must have been created by a supreme being.

Furthermore, the “argument from religious experience” claims that God exists for the individual who has had such an experience, but can this serve as a basis for someone else’s belief? Another argument for God’s existence is the moral argument, which posits a lawgiver beyond the universe. Counterarguments, particularly those stating that God does not exist, mainly focus on the problem of evil and the matter of belief.

Morality and society are crucial areas of philosophical inquiry closely tied to the question of God and religion. Determining what is right and wrong is clearly a significant issue for the interpersonal relationships that form the foundation of society as a whole. This goes beyond mere compliance or violation of rules. How does one balance their own interests and desires with the rights of others? Is there a universal morality or is it relative to circumstances and the society in which one lives? Social relativism and ethical relativism are based on the latter assertion.

Ethical absolutism opposes ethical relativism and asserts that there is only one correct ultimate principle or set of principles. Three variations of this view are egoism, utilitarianism, and formalism. Egoists evaluate every action based on self-interest. Utilitarians seek actions that maximize happiness for both themselves and others involved, leading to a debate over the definition of happiness. Is happiness measured solely as pleasure or does it include intangibles such as beauty or personal growth? On the other hand, formalists consider ultimate principles rather than the consequences of actions. This range of approaches underlies and encompasses every recognized field of inquiry. The ability to carry out daily activities while acknowledging the possibility that all truths may differ from one’s previous beliefs seems to be a prerequisite for surviving this intense and relentless process.

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