„Quod maius est“. Der springende Punkt in Anselms ontologischem Argument

In an earlier article I formalized Anselm of Canterbury's so-called ontological argument, and showed how the argument breaks down over the ambiguity of the two expressions ‘esse in intellectu’ and ‘esse in re’. In the present article, I improve on my earlier formalization, and focus on what proves to be the crucial point of the argument: the phrase ‘quod maius est’.
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DOI 10.1515/AGPH.2009.01
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