Nselms Proslogion, Chapter II–The Ontological Proof of God

Prompt: in chapter two of Saint Anselms Proslogion,Anselm puts forth an ontological argument for Gods existence. Reconstruct Anselms argument step-by-step, giving him the most charitable interpretation and all the benefit of a doubt. Afterwards, argue either for the cogency or defectiveness of Anselms proof. Either way you choose, provide at least two counterexamples or counterattacks to your argument and show why they do not have the force or grip to undermine your position.

I, personally, would rather the argument be for the defectiveness of the proof, but I can stand on either side of it.

I put the deadline as seven days; if its possible, no later than 4:30 PM would be ideal. Thanks!