Aquinas on the Divine Ideas as Exemplar Causes

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Atomism solves both fears at once, he argues, while at death the subject ceases to exist and therefore is touched neither by the gods or the experience of death itself. They were edited by Hegel's former student, Karl Ludwig Michelet. Against Marsilius traditional belief that Christ appointed Peter as head of the Church, and he held that the Pope, as Peter's successor, has supreme power in the Church. If his reasoning is sound, it follows that to be a physicist, one must restrain one's skepticism enough to trust one's senses, or else rely on anti-realism.

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Publisher: The Catholic University of America Press (April 1, 2008)

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