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Hello, could anyone tell me how would I answer this question:
The ontological argument is an effective argument for God’s existence’ Evaluate this view (30)
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You need to explain the ontological argument, then the criticisms of it while evaluating whether those criticisms are successful.

Here's a basic example:

Paragraph 1 - Anselm's ontological argument
Criticism: Gaunilo's 'lost island' criticism
Evaluation: Anselm's response to Gaunilo and whether it is successful

Paragraph 2: Descartes' otological argument
Criticism: Kant's critique
Evaluation: Whether Kant's response was successful

Paragraph 3: Hume's critique
Criticism: Malcolm's response to Hume
Evaluation: Whether Malcolm's response was successful
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Thank you so much!! This is very helpful
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