God: what is the significance of the notion of God as “that than which nothing greater than can be thought”?

| March 16, 2014

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1. God: what is the significance of the notion of God as “that than which nothing greater than can be thought”? (Cf. Sokolowski, c.1-3). Why is this notion necessarily tied to that of God as creator? How is this notion verified, if at all, by the relation between creation and the creator (SCG II c.1-31)?
the Summa Contra Gentiles II(SCG II) is available here: http://dativemedia.com/thomas/ContraGentiles2.htm.
do not choose any sources just the text book that I attached it to you and the summa contra Gentiles
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