Monologion: And, Proslogion : with the Replies of Gaunilo and Anselm
Hackett, 1996 - Philosophy - 149 pages
Distinguished by their great care for the rigor of Anselm's arguments and for his use of technical terminology, these new translations of the Monologion and Proslogion provide the contemporary reader with an introduction to Anselm's natural theology that is both accurate and accessible. Complete with glossary, brief notes and an index.
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An argument than which no greater can be conceived - and therefore it must be sound! Read full review