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...uming a movie is going to suck because it got a few bad reviews. You can’t just listen to these limited resources to put a definition to the big picture. Hume also states, “The universe does not exhibit that much order as there are many indications of disorder such as the collision of galaxies, black holes, nova and supernova, cosmic radiation, gamma radiation, meteor impacts, volcanoes, earthquakes” (“NOVA." The Teleological Argument). So, again to Hume, how can there be true order if there are collisions of galaxies and many other un-orderly things are happening within the universe. Hume just debunks Paley’s argument and I tend to agree with him whole-heartedly. It’s just ridiculous to compare the complexities of a watch, to the complexities of the entire universe. Both Paley and Hume present good arguments, but I agree with Hume when it comes to this argument.
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