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Hume (w)

Piety is ultimately selfish, the problem is religion itself

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Spinoza

Rationalist, only God has free will

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The enlightenment (w)

1650s-1780s - reason, analysis, not authority
Kant - freedom to use one's intelligence

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Moore (a)

"If I am asked what is good? I reply, good is good"

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Owen (d)

We can know God directly and intuitively

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Hume (D)

The is-ought gap - humans can't ground normative in positive

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Anti realist

Something can be meaningful without verification

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Kant (w)

Deist, destroyed foundations of religion, can have practical understanding of evil, no original sin

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Lessing (w)

Rational knowledge of God must rely on nothing historically contingent

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Hegel (w)

Idealist, non physical higher and finite released through religion, deism denied people opportunity, humanity is evolving to a position of ultimate Geist, when humans are free they are happy and moral - philosophy is better than religion, God isn't beyond our understanding

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Deism

God is unknowable and impersonal? Seeks to separate faith from reason, uses both types of knowledge, focus on humans