Okay, i know i'm not supposed to ask people to do my homework for me, but this is more of a persistent question left over from college.
Kant gives responses against three kinds of arguments for the exsistence of God (found in the Critique of Pure Reason). Can anyone help me understand how these address Aquinas' Five Ways to show the existence of God (as in the Summa Theologica). I neither understand which arguments address which, nor the effectiveness of Kant's arguments. I think i have Aquinas' arguments down, but this might help me understand them better.
Also, if you can show why Kant should think there are only three types of arguments for God's existence, I would be intrigued.
Should i give extensive quotes or links for these passages, or does someone know what i'm talking about already?
Si vale valeo.