Project #84781 - Questions

In his Proslogion, Anselm defines theology as “faith seeking understanding” and tries to articulate a rational explanation that accounts for God’s existence. What is Anselm’s ultimate “proof” of God’s existence?

- Comparing that Anselm’s explanation with Buber’s vision of God, what is the difference between these authors’ approach? In Buber, do you think that God’s existence needs to be proven? If not, why?

- According to Feuerbach, what is the essence of religion and who/what is the object of religion? What does he mean by “God is man and man is God”? What is your opinion about his ideas?

- What is the origin of religion and ideas about God according to Freud? Were you convinced by his argument? If not, why?

Subject Philosophy
Due By (Pacific Time) 10/03/2015 11:00 am
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