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See William of Ockham [1995a], pp. 291-3; Kilcullen, “The right to 97. He writes, The fifth way is taken from the governance of the world. Hardy, Paul-A., “Epistemology and Divine Discourse,” in CC to C I Theology, pp. 288-307. While certainty in these areas seems to be a natural part of human thinking, knowledge of other types of truth require special help from God before we can grasp them. The general capacity to understand (intellectus) covers simple apprehension, judging, and reasoning.

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