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Author Topic:   Ontological arguments - where's the beef?
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Message 52 of 74 (632385)
09-07-2011 4:11 PM
Reply to: Message 40 by Dawn Bertot
09-06-2011 4:31 PM


Re: my short response:
If it is not impossible of course its possible

It is also possible that the entity does not exist.

either way its very possible

Why "very"?

It is also possible that order and laws were not the product of an MGB. If this is possible in one possible world, then it is possible in all possible worlds. This means that the MGB did not produce the order and laws that we see. Wow, this argument works better than I had ever hoped . . .


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