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Describe a situation in which heat transfer occurs. What are the resulting forms of

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Describe a situation in which heat transfer occurs. What are the resulting forms of energy?

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● Overview of the Cosmological Argument: ○ While the ontological argument is a ​ p​riori (independent of experience), the cosmological argument is ​a poste​ riori (takes personal experience into account). It claims that the observable world is ultimately explained by something transcendent: God. ○ Modal Terms: ■ Necessary thing: one whose nonexistence is impossible ■ Contingent thing: one whose exist​ence a ​ nd nonexistence are possible/impossible. ■ Possible thing: one whose existence is either certain or possible. ■ Impossible thing: one whose existence is impossible ­­ the opposite of a necessary thing. ■ Philosophers do not agree on which modal term is applied for each thing in the world because there is no agreed­upon criteria for what is “possible” and what is “impossible.” ○ The cosmological argument asserts ​ that there m ​ ust be one necessary thing or being, and that would be God. However, this is a two­step process: one must prove t​hat 1) there​ must be one necessary being and 2) that necessary being is God. ■ Saint Thomas of Aquinas reaches this conclusion without addressing these two issues. However, this criticism of Aquinas is unfounded because he is simply stating a historical fact: men before, such as Aristotle, have reached the c

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Textbook: College Physics for AP® Courses
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Author: Gregg Wolfe, Irina Lyublinskaya, Douglas Ingram
ISBN: 9781938168932

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