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    Mark B. Wiebe. On Evil, Providence, and Freedom: A New Reading of Molina.Zita V. Toth - 2018 - Journal of Analytic Theology 6:799-805.
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    Perfect Subjects, Shields, and Retractions: Three Models of Impassibility.Zita V. Toth - 2021 - Vivarium 59 (1-2):79-101.
    According to theological consensus at least from the thirteenth century, at the End of Times our body will be resurrected and reunited with our soul. The resurrected body, although numerically identical to our present one, will be quite different: it will possess clarity, agility, subtility, and the inability to suffer. It is the last of these characteristics that will be of most concern in the present article. There are two reasons why impassibility presents a problem in the medieval framework. The (...)
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    'They Tend Into Nothing by Their Own Nature': Rufus and an Anonymous De Generatione Commentary on the Principles of Corruptibility.Zita V. Toth - 2021 - In Lydia Schumacher (ed.), Early Thirteenth-Century English Franciscan Thought. De Gruyter. pp. 199--220.
    In this paper, I consider Richard Rufus’ account of generation and corrup- tion. This is a fundamental metaphysical question in the Aristotelian framework. Given that there are things that are corruptible (such as trees and cats and the human body), and things that are incorruptible (such as the celestial bodies and angels), what is it that makes one one, and the other the other? In other words, what is the ultimate explanation (in Rufus' terminology, the principle or principles) of corruptibility (...)
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