205. Somebody's Perfect: Anselm's Ontological Argument
The most famous argument in medieval philosophy is Anselm’s proof for the existence of God. But how was it supposed to work?
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Stanford Encyclopedia: Ontological Arguments
In Our Time: The Ontological Argument