St. Anselm of Canterbury

(c. 1033 - 1109 CE)

St. Anselm was a Benedictine monk, abbot, and eventually archbishop of Canterbury.

Neo-Platonic Medieval philosopher most famous for his version of the Ontological Argument for God’s existence.

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