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On Law, Morality, And Politics, Second Edition (Annotated)

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C.), also known as a brave fighter in Athens' military campaigns who sometimes marched barefoot in the snow. During this time art was considered to be synonymous with religion and many artists and architects reflected this philosophy in their creations. ... I defend Aquinas’ distinction and respond (...) to each of their objections. They got their information from (1) some of the Latin patristic authors, like Tertullian, Ambrose, and Boethius, who wrote before the knowledge of Greek effectively disappeared in the West, and who often discuss classical Greek doctrines in some detail; and (2) certain Latin pagan authors such as Cicero and Seneca, who give us (and gave the medievals) a great deal of information about Greek philosophy.

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Publisher: Hackett Publishing Co.; 2nd edition (December 1, 2010)


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