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This text is intended to eliminate a double difficulty. At least it is what it’s intended for. The first one is the left-right distinction from the theological point of view. The second one concerns the Psalm xiii, 1. This text tries to see how the argumentation displays. It is structured to answer the both questions and to see if there is a yes or a no when facing the proposed topic
Keywords ambiguity   obscurity   Anselm   Augustine   Thomas
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