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Title: Anselm's Ontological Argument

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Subject: Philosophy
Author: Matthew B
Date: February 25, 2012
Level: University
Grade: A
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Even to an atheist this idea is clear. Anyone, even if they do not believe this statement, has it in their understanding that if their was a God, it would be that thing which nothing greater can be conceived. The created cannot be greater than the creator because the idea of the created was created by the creator and only by the creator...

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The created cannot be greater than the creator because the idea of the created was created by the creator and only by the creator. So if one thinks about the possibility of a thing which nothing greater can be conceived and thinks it possible, than that idea is in their understanding. Anselm says that it exists only in the understanding or it exists there and in reality...

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