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Aquinas’s Thesis of the Identity of the Intellect Knowing and the Intellectual Object Known

This post is the eighth in a series dedicated to a sustained reading of and commentary upon Thomas Aquinas’s Commentary on Aristotle’s Metaphysics.* 0. In a previous post, the “Touching upon the Theory of Act and Potency,” of August 23, … Continue reading

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Nagel’s Omission of Theology as a Mode of Theoretical Knowledge

(Last Revised May 20, 2017} I have already devoted two posts in the present series, the “Nagel’s Comparison and Contrasting of Philosophy and Science,” of April 12, 2016, and the “Nagel’s Comparison and Contrasting of Philosophy and Mathematics,” of April … Continue reading

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