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Erasmus of Rotterdam, the Man and the Scholar: Proceedings

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Mora-Márquez, Leiden; Brill, 2013 (Investigating Medieval Philosophy 4), 49-64 ‘Ernest Renan and Averroism: the story of a misinterpretation’ in Renassiance Averroism and its Aftermath: Arabic philosophy in early modern Europe, ed. One recent interpretation is that we first develop beliefs on our own, and then God illuminates our minds so that we can see if they are true or false; God provides the justification for our beliefs. Hence there is a distinction between secular government, which uses naturally available means to guide citizens to their final goal, and ecclesiastical government, which uses supernatural means, the sacraments.

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