Ontological Quiz

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1. Is the ontological argument..

  • Deductive, Analytic and A priori
  • Deductive, Analytic and A posteriori
  • Deductive, Synthetic and A posteriori
  • Inductive, Analtyic and A priori
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2. As a critic of the ontological argument, who argues that just because you can imagine something great doesn't mean that the great thing you can imagine actualy exists in reality

  • Russell
  • Gaunillo
  • Kant
  • Anselm

3. Which Philosopher's main argument stemmed from the idea of 'logically possible worlds'?

  • Russell
  • Malcom
  • Plantinga
  • Anselm

4. God is that than which no greater being can be conceived, ,according to which philospher

  • Anselm
  • Aristotle
  • Aquinas
  • Descartes

5. 'Existence is not a predicate' according to which philosopher?

  • Kant
  • Dawkins
  • Hume
  • Swinburne


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