عنوان مقاله [English]
In his 1987 paper, Jordan Howard Sobel showed that Gödel’s ontological argument faces modal collapse and, therefore, it is not sound. C. Anthony Anderson, in his 1990 paper, proposed an amended version of the argument in which modal collapse is blocked. In his parody, Graham Oppy, however, cast a serious doubt on the soundness of Anderson’s version. Alexander Pruss, however, in his 2009 paper, endeavored to block this parody by proposing some new Gödelian ontological arguments. In this paper, I will be trying to inquire into Gödel’s ontological argument, Sobel’s objections, Anderson’s emendations, Oppy’s parody, and Pruss’ ontological arguments.