Talk:Anselm of Canterbury

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The text on St. Anselm runs as follows [November 2007]: "Aquinas found Anselm's ontological argument flawed and cold, while Anselm found Aquinas' cosmological arguments and teleological arguments weak and unconvincing." Perhaps this could be made clearer, because Anselm died in 1109 and Aquinas was born in 1225. Regards, Sig. Ragnarsson

Thanks for catching the vandalism. You can remove vandalism like that yourself in the future. Thanks again!--Aschlafly 08:57, 14 November 2007 (EST)