Veritas divina: Aquinas on divine truth: some philosophy of religion

South Bend, Ind.: St. Augustine's Press (2001)
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Then it agrees or disagrees with what he says, as needed, for reasons of various sorts, whether philosophical, theological, scientific, historical, etc. - of whatever sort, just so long as they are relevant and cogent; to do these things as well as possible, if only in a small way - pro nostro modulo, as Aquinas puts it, in describing what he intends to do as the author of the Summa Contra Gentiles.



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