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Imperatividad absoluta del deber. El argumento deontológico de la existencia de Dios
Authors: Cruz-Cruz, J. (Juan)
Keywords: Millán-Puelles, Antonio
Deberes
Dios
Deontología
Issue Date: 1994
Citation: Anuario Filosófico, 1994 (27), 279 - 295
Abstract
This starting point of the deontological argument as formulated by Millán- Puelles is the absolute imperative of duty on conscience, and its terminus or culmination is God as an Absolute Person. The proof departs from the commanded conscience to the Conscience that commands. An imperative is not only a demand directed toward a free willl, but likewise the demand that one will be directed by another. Each imperative is a dialogue betwen wills. Thence the need that the imperative be imposed ultimately by a person.
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10171/3298
Appears in Collections:REV - AF - 1994, vol. 27, n. 2
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