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Scotus rejected the attempt of Aquinas to reconcile rational philosophy with revealed religion. Knowles remarks: The explanation may well lie in the changed attitude towards philosophy since the later middle ages. The leading rationalists were Rene Descartes, Baruch Spinoza, and Gottfried Leibniz. So famous and respected was Caesar that a month of the year is still named after him and his heirs today, July (after Julius Caesar). Final Exam: The final exam will be worth 1/6 of your grade.

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