Reflection on Homicide & Commentary on Summa Theologiae

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Otherwise. it is not determined by any particular good. Since not-being was equated at this time with empty space, there could be no movement; but Parmenides rejected change on metaphysical rather than physical grounds, since any change involved its subject in not-being what it was before. M., “Avis musulmans sur la question de la traduction du Coran,” in Controverses sur les écritures, pp. 297-327. How are the proofs for God's existence connected with Christian faith?

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