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Nicolaus of Autrecourt: A Study in Fourteenth Century

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Augustine�s solution is to distinguish between two distinct things about my future decisions that God might focus on. Additionally, students will spend ample time discussing the nature of Natural Law, natural rights, virtue, and happiness. But the moon itself moves because it too is being simultaneously moved by other celestial motions, such as the planets, the sun, and the stars. Philosophy may also be approached by examining the relationships between components, as in structuralism and recursionism.

Pages: 242

Publisher: Praeger (December 23, 1969)

ISBN: 0837125294

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