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Discussion 2 to Talk Back 12
On The Ontological Proof

by Jeremy D. Creech

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Ian:

I can appreciate the appeal of this argument. My objection to its validity is that it is rooted in human subjective understanding. I'm not sure I can in good consciousness pin the existence of anything on my limited mental abilities, especially if the point is that they are limited. It posits the nature of reality on human mental processes; which I'm sure would not fly real well with the rest of the Universe or even with the rest of the Galaxy.

On another note, the whole idea of a square circle is not one that I really grasp. The definition of one seems to preclude the other unless you are talking about just stringing letters/words together. But that may just be my limited mental abilities. ;}