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See "; Medieval Philosophy" and "; Christianity" in the Index for Entries o... What we see in passing from the earlier to the later Middle Ages is a transition from one to the other. De Smet, Daniel, “Une classification ismaélienne des sciences. He speaks of "a crisis of humanism" in the West brought on by the inhuman events of our century. Augustine's severe view of the effects of the Fall of man resulted in a largely negative view of the civil state.

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