- Created by: Charlotte Emily Turner
- Created on: 05-06-17 14:19
Definition of God:
Aquinas: We do not know if our definition of God is right, as "God is beyond human understanding".
Aquinas: As we do not know if our definition of God is correct, we cannot argue his existence without evidence (Anselm would argue that it was not designed to prove God's existence, but as a prayer to believers).
'The greatest' & 'the most perfect' do not have a maximum, so are not proper concepts (they can always be added to).
Existence as a Predicate:
Kant: Existence is not a real predicate/not add to our understanding.
Kant: Existence cannot be added or subracted from something.