A Summa of the Summa

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While Muslim followers of Averroes� philosophy embraced his solution to this problem, it also had a great influence on Christian philosophers of the time called �Latin Averroists�, who modified it into a position called the doctrine of double truth. Some of our adjunct faculty also add to our resources in History of Philosophy, including: In a general way, they may be divided into primary and secondary accidents, depending on whether they accompany substance necessarily or not.

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Publisher: Ignatius Press (October 1, 1990)

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