Gödelian Ontological Arguments

Analysis 56 (4):226 - 230 (1996)
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  God  theism  Godel's ontological argument  philosophy of religion
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