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Running head: ONTOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS OF GOD 1 Ontological Arguments of God Name Institutional Affiliation Ontological Arguments of God An inductive argument can be defined as an intended argument by the arguer to be strong enough that, in case the premises were true, then there are higher chances of the conclusion being wrong. On the other hand, a deductive argument is the that type of argument in which i s thought that the premises give a guarantee of the conclusion being true. For example, the fallacy of wishful thinking is the best example that can be used for while describing an informal fallacy. Wishful thinking fallacy is a belief that things are or will be some way because th at is h o w u want things to be it is a desirable outcome . The paper intends to discuss both Saint Anselm's and Gaunilo ontological arguments on the existence of God from both a premise and a conclusion. For a long time , of more than 100 decades, the idea of the existence of God in the real world was is to some extent given a lot of a attention and quite some number of publications have
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