Gödel's ontological proof

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Kurt Gödel proposed a highly abstract ontological argument for the existence of God. It uses the usual ontological trick of defining God in such a way that he must exist. Since it is a highly mathematical proof, it has not attracted as much attention as other arguments for the existence of God.

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