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Single Idea 1458

[catalogued under 28. God / B. Proving God / 2. Proofs of Reason / c. Moral Argument]

Full Idea

Absolutely reasonable or unreasonable conduct could not exist in a world which was not itself the product of reason or governed by its dictates.

Gist of Idea

Conduct is only reasonable or unreasonable if the world is governed by reason


Hastings Rashdall (Theory of Good and Evil [1907], II.III.I.4)

Book Reference

'The Existence of God', ed/tr. Hick,John [Macmillan 1964], p.148