Duns Scotus. Two Volumes. Volume I. The Place of Duns Scotus

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The goal is not to master pleasures by asceticism, but to enjoy them without becoming enslaved by them, and to learn to tell the difference between those that endanger us and those that don't. Again, with the stomach illness on campus, we should examine what all non-sick students have in common, such as them not having eaten the tuna casserole. Yet another concerned the manner in which it was possible to describe God – leading to considerations on the use and limits of language.

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