Natural Theology: Metaphysics II.

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Macmillan, 1951 - Apologetics - 297 pages
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Contents

Theology Is Speculative Knowledge i
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Theology Is Speculative Knowledge about Things in Terms
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Theological Knowledge Is Achieved by Knowing That there
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abstrac accretion act of causing act of existing act of knowing actual agent agent intellect agnosticism analogue antecedent argument from contingency Aristotelian Aristotle Augustine Augustinian Avicenna Banes Beatific Vision cannot causality caused causes cerned chance event Christian philosophy cognitive agents conceive contingent event Contra Gentiles creatures datum Descartes difference divine edge effect efficient cause else epistemology esse essentiae esse intentionale essence essence-being essentialism essentialist eternal existence of God existential existentialist future contingent God knows God's existence God's knowledge Henri de Gand Himself hippopotamus identically immanent infinite infinite series intellect intrinsic finality itself J. P. Migne James Jeans Jesuit John Damascene knower knowl known lect Leibniz Luis de Molina Mandonnet Marquette University Metaph Metaphysics middle term modum Monadology motion moved movent Natural Theology nature necessary necessitarianism Neoplatonism nominal definition not-twinkling nothing ontological argument ONTOLOGIST operation Parmenides Pegis per se cause perfection Phaedo Philosophy physical Plato Platonic forms plurality posteriori precisely predicate principal cause principle Problem of Evil proof proposition Proslogion proved question quia proof Quodlibet rational animal reason relation Resp saint Thomas Scholasticism scientia media signified Socrates something spirochete Summa Contra Gentiles Summa Theologiae syllogism Taurini Theodicy Theol Theology things Thomas Aquinas Thomas saying Thomiste Thus Timaeus tion transcendental translated physically true truth uncaused cause unmoved mover

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