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Albert the Great: Commemorative Essays

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Hamburg: Felix Meiner, 2005, lxxxiv-365 pp., ISBN 3-7873-1718-X. This attitude can be seen n the main narrator, Raphael Hythlodaeus. 2. He gives the example that nothing can go from nonexistence to existence. They knew little of Aristotle except as a logician. Thus it prescribes a strategy for the construction of scientific theories in which the behavior of complex bodies is to be explained in terms of their component parts.

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Publisher: University of Oklahoma Press; 1st edition (December 1980)

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