Ancient Philosophy Today 1 (1):84-107 (2019)

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Robert Charles Koons
University of Texas at Austin
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In De Anima Book III, Aristotle subscribed to a theory of formal identity between the human mind and the extra-mental objects of our understanding. This has been one of the most controversial featu...
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