Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Anselm's Argument

There has been some interesting discussion of Anselm's 'ontological argument' lately. See Anselm, Kant, and What to Do with the Ontological Argument at "Per Caritatem"; Is Anselm's Ontological Argument Ontological? at "Sacramentum Vitae"; and Jottings on the So-Called Ontological Argument at "Assimilatio Dei". I've posted on the argument before; I'll only reiterate my recommendation of Gyula Klima's writings on the subject, as well as the papers of Millican and King that recommended here.

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