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Ontological Argument by Mind Map: Ontological Argument
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Ontological Argument

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Bertrand Russell



Anti-Liebniz : No matter how many perfections we can imagine God to have, you cannot define God into existence. -Hume

God must exist, as God lacks no perfections but for God not to exist would be meaningless (Pro Anselm)

Renee Descartes

David Hume

Richard Dawkins


Definition of God: 'That than which nothing greater can be concieved'

God has neccessary existence

Deduced the attributes of God from the perfection which is inherent in the concept of God itself


Thomas Aquinas


A posteriori only can be used to show God's existence in reality.


Response to Anselm: An island could be conceived, of which no greater exists.

Norman Malcolm

1)God does not exist, 2) God exists contingently, 3) God exists neccesarily

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