The Ontological Argument for God's Existence

Narrated by: J.-M. Kuczynski
Length: 4 mins
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The argument for God's existence is here clearly stated and definitively refuted. The so-called "ontological argument" for the existence of God was first put forth explicitly by St. Anselm. There are different versions of this argument. We'll consider three, starting with Anselm's own.

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Thank you! Clear and to the point! I feel that I understand this topic much better. Can you be my philosophy professor?

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best explanation of ontological argument ever!

It was so clear! 'God exists in my mind', says the author, means 'I know what conditions x would have to satisfy to be God', not 'a mini-God exists in my mind.' The rest follows, with wit and energy.