You obviously need to read up on metaphysics more.
Originally Posted by Night
How do you know? What makes the "unmoved mover" necessary?
Even if we ignore contemporary scientific understanding of molecular movement, your "unmoved mover" statement is pretty tenuous. To be completely honest, it's been widely discredited in many philosophical circles.
What is a prime mover? Are my fingers typing these words a prime mover? No, something moved them. Is it my will that's a prime mover? No, for I didn't exist until recently. Is the Big Bang the prime mover, then? Suppose we say it is, but then what came before it? Perhaps God did, but then why he is moving, why are these letters--G, O, D--passing my lips, and why is this image of a bearded old man shimmering and shifting? It's already in motion, this unmoved mover, and surely even if it were to still itself, it would not be the prime mover; it's only an idea in my head, after all. Where, then, can I find it? It's got be somewhere, I know it has, but I can't get a hold of it anywhere--it's not speakable or even imaginable. If I reach for it, I only strengthen my act of reaching, and no amount of reaching is anything but an effort toward something I don't have. So far from proving God is the idea of a prime mover that I would call it the best refutation ever made.
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I can see that, yes, it may increase confidence of some people, but that generally tends to come inherant with any belief that yeu think yeu learned something about how yeu think better. Self discovery tends to do that.
Now, obviously it's not the best of workings, but it does describe limited aspects of ones' personality, yet again not in great detail or accuracy. For a rough framework to start from though for understanding ones' personality, it's not the worst I've seen, just highly incomplete. If used as a basic stepping stone to learn about more advanced and useful stuff, it's pretty descent, and does give basic generic tools to work with, if nothing too fancy.
It doesn't matter if they're right. If they can't proove they're right, then they're wrong. No matter how right they may be.