PHL 200 11.13.07 - 6. so (4) is false. The GCT must exist...

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PHL 200 11.13.07 I. Gaunillo and replies II. Kant III. Rowe IV. Aquinas’ cosmological argument V. Monkeys typing Hamlet 1. the GCT exists in the mind 2. the GCT is a possible object 3. if a thing exists only in the mind and could have existed in reality, then it could have been greater than it is 4. Assume that the GCT exists only in the mind 5. GCT is not = GCT [1-4]
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Unformatted text preview: 6. so (4) is false. The GCT must exist in reality too Two principles 1: if something does not exist, then it is not as great a thing as it would have been had it existed 2: If something does not exist, then it is not as great of a something of the same kind as it would have been had it existed...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2008 for the course PHL 200 taught by Professor Dowell during the Fall '08 term at Michigan State University.

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