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"Objections to Ontological Arguments are more persuasive than the arguments
themselves"

Can someone please help and explain what this question is asking me and what things i should write about
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(Original post by Girlbyeee)
"Objections to Ontological Arguments are more persuasive than the arguments
themselves"

Can someone please help and explain what this question is asking me and what things i should write about
Well Ontological arguments are arguments to do with existence, so is it saying that objecting them is always a more persuasive standpoints than trying to approve the argument?
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