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Anselm's Ontological Argument
First Argument

God is by definition that than which nothing greater can be conceived as God is the greatest
that than can be imagined. Nothing else is greater than God.

It is one thing to exist in the mind alone and another to exist in the mind…

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perfection is existence. A predicate of God is also existence therefore God must
exist and that is an immutable fact. By perfection Descartes meant something that is
not lacking in anything; for example if you can imagine the perfect car it is only an
idea, it won't be the perfect…


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