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Anselm says 'when this same Fool [an atheist] hears what I am speaking about, namely "something-than-which-nothing-greater-can-be-thought," he understands what he hears, and what he understands is in his mind, even if he does not understand that it actually exists'. Explain what Anselm means by this (you will need to consider what else Anselm says). Why does he take this to be significant

Anselm says 'when this same Fool [an atheist] hears what I am speaking about, namely 'something-than-which-nothing-greater-can-be-thought,' he...
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