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Erasmi Opera Omnia : Volume II-2 (Opera Omnia Desiderii

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It is the void which is said to make change and movement possible. Because the lectures will not try to cover all the important figures (though there will be ample references to them, as well as to key early modern philosophers), the students will be expected to read all of the assigned secondary source, viz., James Jordan's Western Philosophy: From Antiquity to the Middle Ages, as well as the primary sources assigned for the lectures.

Pages: 558

Publisher: Brill (November 1, 1998)

ISBN: 0444829741

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