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Faith is a complex issues especially when God is involved, many philosophizes on the issues and arguments such as the Ontological Proof and the Cosmological (First Cause Proof) have been brought forward (Moser, 2010). The ontological argument examines the personal believe that uses reason and insight to make one believe that God exists. This argument brings the idea that when one believes then it happens. This is a strange feeling since without sight then believing would be very hard. For the cosmological argument, philosophies name it the first cause existence. This means that the Supreme Being (God) is in existence (Moser, 2010).
The argument has three views; i.e. causality, essentiality and becoming. For those who believe in the second argument they always believe in God first (Moser, 2010). For me the first argument (Ontological argument) is best; this is because it all depends on the individual. This means that the individual is able to follow his/her consciousness or believe. The individual will therefore be able to believe and follow his/her her and soul and get convicted easily. Philosophers spend numerous of years trying to understand the supreme; this may just to show their supremacy and be proud of their achievement. However this is not necessary since the conviction is always in the heart. In view of the fact that they have not succeeded in this respect there is no need to do so but believe in the supreme.
A Turing test was popularized by a famous mathematician in 1950 by the name Alan Turing who became the first one to query. He was convinced on whether a man can dedifferentiate whether questions asked online were done by a human being or a computer. During Turing’s time, Turing’s rest was conducted despite the fact that internet had not yet been discovered. According to Turing’s test despite the fact that human beings have a notorious behavior of not being able of explaining jokes thus tend to give a distinctively human response when it comes to explaining jokes (Lepore, 1991).
Asking a question that question regards any explanation of joke will help in deciding whether the person on the other end of the computer is a human being or a computer. Asking a question that explains a joke or a question that explains things that human beings find hard explaining will serve to dedifferentiate whether the person responding on the other side of the computer is human or a computer. Moreover, one must also ask a question that has do with a metaphor as human being find it hard to articulate metaphors as well as related literary techniques. Metaphors make communications easier to comprehend since one will relate to the example given which will most likely be a real life situation or a abstract situation that can aid in understanding the message. Therefore asking such kind of questions can help one in differentiating whether the person on the other side of the communication channel is a human being or a computer (Burckhardt, 1990). The message may however not be clear unless the one receiving it decode the metaphor and critically places it in context that is put; in view of the fact that it may contain more than one meaning.