Ontological argument

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Ontos-being. Logos-study of
A priori

Anselm written in proslogion "God as a being that than which nothing greater can be conceived" based on an analytic statement
The argument was first presented in the form of a prayer in proslogion directed at the fool in psalm 14 who "says in his heart there is no God"
Formulation 1:
God can be defined as "that than which nothing greater can be conceived"
existence in reality is greater than existence only in the…

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