Subjectivity and Knowledge in the Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas

Roma, Gregorian University Press (1965)
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Hence, it is not surprising to find St Thomas Aquinas treating the problem of knowledge under its metaphysical aspect. Many present-day thinkers claim that ...
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