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Aquinas: A New Introduction

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In a moving autobiographical work, al-Munqidh, which has been compared to St. Peter Harrison also points out how much the categories of subjectivity and objectivity didn’t make sense to the ancients and their Christian continuators. It is only through my own free thought within that thought can however be recognized and ratified by me. D. 1000 when a new and vibrant Europe emerged. A number of corrections have been made throughout the book, the final chapter expanded somewhat and the bibliography updated and rearranged.

Pages: 254

Publisher: UPA (September 10, 2008)

ISBN: 0761841040

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