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There are different reconstructions of Anselm’s first argument, for example after Dr.
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Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Anselmo d’Aosta, “Proslogion”, a cura di A. L’esistenza di Dio come fondamento del pensiero: For instance, William Viney renders the second argument as follows:. Views Read Edit View history.
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Like Anselm’s first argument, his anselmmo ontological argument can be formulated in numerous ways. Ashgate Publishing, Burlington, VT. Read more Read less. Enter into the cell of your mind, shut out everything except God and whatever helps you to seek Him once the door is shut. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. This article has no associated abstract.
San Anselmo: Proslogion
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. English Choose a language for shopping. English translation of Proslogion: Lay aside your burdensome cares and put off your laborious exertions. Explore the Home Gift Guide. Give yourself over to God for a little while, and rest for a while in Him.
The Relation of Monologion and Proslogion. The Proslogion Latin Proslogium ; English translation, Discourse on the Anse,mo of Godwritten in —, was written as a ansrlmo, or meditation, by the medieval cleric Anselm which serves to reflect on the attributes of God and endeavours to explain how God can have qualities which often seem contradictory.