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Existence is not a predicate, tells us the position in the spatio-temporal world., A: Cows are brown B: Cows are brown and exist
If God does not exist, greater being can be concieved, (logically impossible)
God exists in intellectu and in re OR in intellectu alone, Existing 'in re' adds perfection to understanding 'in intellectu' alone., If god has all perfections then He must have existence.
God is non-contingent
God is without limits
God is beyond a posteriori proof, God is not open to empirical proof, Therefore, God exists
-Transitional of moving from definition of God to existence of God
Anselm's response: You cannot apply God's non-contingent existence, to contingent objects (the island does not have to exist, but God has to exist.
1)invalid assumed from Anselm)
2) If god existed contingently, he would be no greater than any other being. Therefore it would be meaningless for God to exist contingently., Therefore, God must exist neccesarily.