LeMans and Proslogion 15

Analysis 83 (1):50-54 (2023)
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Kearns (2021) argues that there is a parody version of Anselm's ontological argument (a "gontological argument") which shows that God does not exist. I show that Anselm considers one of the key premises in Kearns' gontological argument, and explicitly gives an argument which entails its falsity, and hence the unsoundness of the supposed parody argument.

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Stephen Harrop
Texas A&M University


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