[ US /ˈænsɛɫm/ ]
  1. an Italian who was a Benedictine monk; was archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109; one of the founders of scholasticism; best known for his proof of the existence of God
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  • Anselm made no objection either to the person appointed or to the manner of his appointment.
  • “Up” means St Moritz, where from December until April, Milanese society is to be found every weekend munching apfelstrudel at Hanselman’s, hosting kitschy raclette parties in their houses at Zuoz or Celerina and possibly taking a run down the Trais Fluors or the Corvatsch. How to look the part on the piste
  • Romney "used a term earlier that - that I shrink from, and it's one that I don't think we should be using as Republicans: 'middle class,'" Santorum said during the nationally televised debate at the Dana Center at St. Anselm College. All Stories
  • And Brother Anselm the precentor, who acknowledged few disruptions other than a note offkey, or a sore throat among his best voices, accepted all other events with utter serenity, assumed the best, wished all men well, and gave over worrying. A River So Long
  • Jean-Jacques poached the eggs in a little butter, slid them onto the plate — then flung their steaming runniness into Anselmo’s astonished face. Author! Author! » 2010 » June
  • Here at once we recognize the language of Anselm's warmest and most demanding friendship.
  • Antwerp art The exhibition "Anselm Kiefer" will display a selection of works by the German abstract painter and sculptor from the 1980s to the present. What's on Around Europe
  • Amsterdam Art "Kiefer & Rembrandt" displays "La berceuse for Van Gogh," an artwork created by the German artist Anselm Kiefer, inspired by Rembrandt's "The Night Watch," alongside photographs of Kiefer by Anton Corbijn. What's on Around Europe
  • God's foreknowledge is not the perception of any ground of action out of Himself; still in it liberty is comprehended, and all absolute constraint debarred [Anselm in Steiger]. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Given that even the non-believer or, as Anselm calls him, the Fool, accepts that this is what the concept of God entails, the existence of God would seem to follow necessarily from the definition.
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