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Ioannis Buridani. Expositio et quaestiones in Aristotelis De

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Federici-Vescovini 1974) two redactions of the Physics [1382/88; 1397] (unedited) various works on logic, including a set of questions on Paul of Spain (ed. Chemi, Germana, „Il Monobiblon di Proclo sull’immortalità dell’anima. Yes, there are passages that reveal a deep and abiding reverence for God, who is portrayed as personal and relational to some degree. In Medieval times, people seemed to focus mainly on the church, God, and the afterlife; whereas during the Renaissance, the focus was more secular: humans and life on earth. ...

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Publisher: Peeters Publishers (December 31, 1996)

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