Ontological Argument

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  • ontological argument
    • God existence is necessary
      • There is no possibility of God not existing
    • iin intellectu  or in re' reality
    • Rene Descarte
  • is an priori such an argument uses logic to prove an initial definition to be correct
    • ontological argument
      • God existence is necessary
        • There is no possibility of God not existing
      • iin intellectu  or in re' reality
      • Rene Descarte
  • Anselm proslogian 2
    • ' That which  nothing greater can be concieved'
      • there must be more to God than just 'exist'
        • thought of'
          • God being neccessary cannot be contingent
            • God is a predicate ' part of a definition of what it is to be a thing'
              • Trying to imagine God without the predicate of existence is illogical, like imagining a triangle without three sides
                • God is a predicate ' part of a definition of what it is to be a thing'

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