Gödelian ontological arguments

Analysis 56 (4):226–230 (1996)
Abstract
There is now a considerable secondary literature on Godel's ontological arguments; in particular, interested readers should consult Sobel (1987), Anderson (1990) and Adams (1995). In this note, I wish to draw attention to an objection to these arguments which has hitherto gone unnoticed. This objection does not depend upon fine details of the formulation of the arguments; I arbitrarily choose to develop the objection in connection with the formulation provided by Anderson.
Keywords ontological argument  Godel  Godel's ontological argument  Gaunilo  God  Leibniz  existence of God  arguments for existence of God  higher order ontological argument  divine attributes
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DOI 10.1111/j.0003-2638.1996.00226.x
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