The Five Ways of Aquinas are five philosophical arguments for the existence of God that were put forth by St. Thomas Aquinas in his Summa Theologica.  Aquinas used these arguments to provide a philosophical basis for belief in God, and they have been studied and debated by philosophers and theologians for centuries. While there have been criticisms and counter-arguments to each of these arguments, they continue to be influential in contemporary discussions about the existence of God.

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