Plantinga and the Ontological Argument

@inproceedings{Tomberlin1985PlantingaAT,
  title={Plantinga and the Ontological Argument},
  author={James E. Tomberlin},
  year={1985}
}
By following the admirable advice embodied in the above remarks. Alvin Plantinga has produced an original and important study of the ontological argument. Plantinga’s treatment is marked by an intriguing turn — in God and Other Minds [12] he examines a number of variants of the argument and concludes that they arc one and all unsuccessful; but in his more recent The Nature of Necessity [13] and God, Freedom, and Evil [14], Plantinga offers what he takes to be a sound ontological argument. In… Expand
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