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The Physician, the Drinker, and the Drunk (Bibliotheque

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After obtaining a diploma as building surveyor, he enrolled in the faculty of Engineering but then dropped out. his idea of dying cashmere. Twetten; 205-244 Al-Razi's Conception of the Soul: Psychological Background to His Ethics Thérèse-Anne Druart; 245-264 A First Glance at Albert the Great 's Teachings on Analogy of Words Bruno Tremblay; 265-292 Augustine on Theological Fatalism: The Argument of De Libero Arbitrio 3.1-4 David P. The greater translators, most of whom were Syriac-speaking Christians, of the unorthodox Nestorian and Monophysite communions, were, not mere translators or servile imitators of Greek or other foreign authors.

Pages: 277

Publisher: Brepols Publishers (February 27, 2015)

ISBN: 250355279X

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