The book commences with the famous watchmaker analogy - the proposition that if you find a watch, you must assume there is a watchmaker. Going further, Paley points out that such a maker must have specifics of design in mind, and intentions for his creation. It follows therefore that all animals and humankind, as complex organisms, are creations; the middle chapters of the book sequentially examine aspects of human and creature anatomy which support this assertion.
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