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Richard Swinburne takes a stand in his introduction with a very strong subject for a good argument One can assume by reading his starting sentence that he will not only form an argument about religion but that he is a religious man himself and in being a religious man he will try to explain why he chose to believe in God In the first part of his argument titled The Nature of Religious Experience he starts his argument by asking the philosophical question what are the religious experiences whose occurrence are supposed to be evidence for the existence of God Philosophical thinkers 542 He breaks down the answer to simplify it and to make his premise easily understandable He explains two different types of experiences one that is caused by an existing thing or person and one that it caused by a nonexistent thing or person the one cause by a nonexistent thing or person it called an external description and the other one its called an internal description He simplifies the premises to ease the thought process of the reader by getting the reader to think about religious experiences In addition if one compares the words he uses in this argument to other philosophical writings one can immediately notice how easy it is to read Swinburne writings After the first paragraph of part one in his argument he still doesnt take a stand I know he is educating the reader but I have no idea what his argument is He continues to explain private perception and why some individuals many times religious sometimes have religious experiences and others dont He appears to be rational in his thinking up to this point In explaining private perception he goes on to make his second point and talks about the relation between experiences and how one often perceives one thing in perceiving something else Explaining how two persons can perceive the same visual moments but have different
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