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One of Descartes' provesproofs of GodsGod's existence is that we can think of a perfect being, while being imperfect, so the perfect being has to have implanted a the idea of Him in us and thus is real. But I can also think of ana unicorn that is perfect, that's even more simple for me than to think of a perfect God. 

Does this mean that God and the unicorn are the same? Or that God is just not the only perfect being (wouldn't that make him less perfect?) or that I just falsely interpret the unicorn to be perfect?

One of Descartes' proves of Gods existence is that we can think of a perfect being, while being imperfect, so the perfect being has to have implanted a the idea of Him in us and thus is real. But I can also think of an unicorn that is perfect, that's even more simple for me than to think of a perfect God. Does this mean that God and the unicorn are the same? Or that God is just not the only perfect being (wouldn't that make him less perfect?) or that I just falsely interpret the unicorn to be perfect?

One of Descartes' proofs of God's existence is that we can think of a perfect being, while being imperfect, so the perfect being has to have implanted the idea of Him in us and thus is real. But I can also think of a unicorn that is perfect, that's even more simple for me than to think of a perfect God. 

Does this mean that God and the unicorn are the same? Or that God is just not the only perfect being (wouldn't that make him less perfect?) or that I just falsely interpret the unicorn to be perfect?

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Prove Regarding Descartes' proof of God (Descartes)?

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Prove of God (Descartes)

One of Descartes' proves of Gods existence is that we can think of a perfect being, while being imperfect, so the perfect being has to have implanted a the idea of Him in us and thus is real. But I can also think of an unicorn that is perfect, that's even more simple for me than to think of a perfect God. Does this mean that God and the unicorn are the same? Or that God is just not the only perfect being (wouldn't that make him less perfect?) or that I just falsely interpret the unicorn to be perfect?