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The Ontological Argument: From St. Anselm to Contemporary Philosophers Mass Market Paperback – January, 1965
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Clean, bright used copy with tight binding. Small smudge on right cover corner./lh
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The collection is interesting in that is provides detractors comments about the argument; it is strange in that it provides ontological arguments for the existence of God which don't exactly fit into the scheme as traditionally proscribed (as in Spinoza).
So, if you want to tip toe through the tulips of one of the strongest rational arguments for God's existence, give this book a shot. But the going will not be easy.