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Describe the ontological argument with reactions and contributions made to it by individual philosophers
The ontological argument is concerned with being it is an a priori argument for the existence of God. That is, it is not dependent on experience but is an argument where all knowledge is derived from the mind. It is also a type of argument that follows reason and not ones senses. The ontological argument is based on words and their meanings. Anselm (1033-1109), was the first philosopher to put forward the ontological argument in a logical form. He was an Italian monk who later became Archbishop of Canterbury. He was a Christian and felt there was a need to put forward an argument to pro…
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