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The ancients struggled with the relation between the individual and the community. Did Siger of Brabant and Boethius of Dacia, who have been called “Latin Averroists” and “radical Aristotelians,” really embrace a doctrine of “double truth”? Aquinas 2....... ............ it can establish certain preambles of faith.................... 9 KEY WORDS Potentiality Revelation Determinate Teleology Cognition Concordance Preambles: a power or a quality that exists and is capable of being developed. are beyond reason. passes from facts to God.

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Publisher: Springer; 2007 edition (April 20, 2007)

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