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He also wrote on theological topics such as Trinity. Gassendi and Henry More (1614–1687) adopted his concept of space, which indirectly came to influence Newton. Accommodation arrangements must be made during the first-two weeks of the semester. In respect to justice, peace, or a perfectly good being -- Aquinas thought one would be naturally attracted. 2. The absolute truth escapes human beings; their proper attitude is “learned ignorance.” For Nicholas, God alone is absolutely infinite.

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