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The many-faced argument; recent studies on the ontological argument for the existence of God,

Author: John Hick; Arthur Chute McGill
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1967]
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Hick, John, 1922-
Many-faced argument.
New York, Macmillan [1967]
(OCoLC)610343628
Named Person: Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury; Anselme, saint archevêque de Canterbury; Anselm, Saint Archbishop of Canterbury; Saint Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Hick; Arthur Chute McGill
OCLC Number: 371029
Description: vii, 373 pages 22 cm
Contents: Part I. The argument in Anselm. Proslogion (Chapts. 2-4) / Anselm --
Criticism and reply / Gaunilo and Anselm --
Recent discussions of Anselm's argument / Arthur C. McGill --
A Platonic justification for the argument a priori / A. Beckaert --
A presupposition of the proof: the name of God / Karl Barth --
Proslogion III: The special existence of God / K. Barth --
The role of the fool in St. Anselm and the necessarily apostolic character of true Christian reflection / André Hayen --
Anselm's theology in the Proslogion / Anselm Stolz. Part II. The argument in recent philosophy. Is Existence a predicate? / John Hick --
General propositions and existence / Bertrand Russell --
Existence, predication and the ontological argument / Jerome Shaffer --
Mr. Collingwood and the ontological argument / G. Ryle --
Mr. Ryle and the ontological argument / E.E. Harris --
St. Anselm's argument in relfexive philosophy / Aimé Forest --
Anselm's ontological arguments / Norman Malcolm --
What did Anselm discover? / Charles Hartshorne --
The irreducibly modal structure of the argument / Charles Hartshorne --
A critique of the second argument / John Hick.
Responsibility: edited by John Hick and Arthur C. McGill.

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