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If you click the abbreviations, you will come to the third part: Bibliography relevant to 12th century logic." The Ethics of Charity was related to doctrines of grace, election, and predestination and it is essentially a religious ethic. a. The logic that developed favored the treatment of all kinds of problems by a common method in which the dialectical reconciliation and refutation of opinions took precedence, and which reached its fruition in the method of Scholasticism. 1.

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