Aesthetic Argument

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info.gif Aesthetic Arguments: A family of arguments for the existence of God from beauty where the premises are either epistemological in nature (e.g. "our ability to know beauty") or ontological (e.g. "the existence of beauty itself"). Proponents of the argument include Richard Swinburne, J.P. Moreland, F.R. Tennant, and Keith Ward.

Williams, P. (2001) Aesthetic Arguments for the Existence of God. Quodlibet Journal, 3(3)