Short answers is fine 1- Is an argument for the existence of

Short answers is fine 1- Is an argument for the existence of god based on the design of the universe an example of an a priori argument or an a posteriori argument? Explain your answer by indicating the difference of each:2- Describe in detail how Bertrand Russell refutes one possible argument for the existence of god in “Why I am not a Theist”:3- What is the value of studying philosophy, according to Bertrand Russell?4- What is epistemology and what questions are epistemologists concerned with?5- Thoroughly describe two of the five ways St. Thomas Aquinas attempts to prove the existence of God.6- Thoroughly explain the “problem of evil” and explain one possible answer to the problem.7- What reasons did Blaise Pascal give in “The Wager” for why one should believe in God? Discuss some potential criticisms to his argument.8- Thoroughly analyze St. Anselm’s ontological argument for the existence of God.What premises in his argument could be contended with and why?9- In “Meditations on First Philosophy” why does Rene Descartes choose to doubt all of his senses and previously held beliefs? What is the first thing that he concludes to be “clearly and distinctly true? How does he arrive at this conclusion?10- Describe Plato’s Allegory of the Cave. What was Plato trying to teach us about our senses and our ability to discover truth? In your opinion, are there limitations to what we can “know”?