The psychology of natural and supernatural knowledge according to St. Thomas Aquinas

Tübingen: [T. Riplinger?] (2003)
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The phenomenology of cognition according to Thomas Aquinas -- Experiential, conceptual and intuitive moments in the knowledge of faith -- Philosophia and sacra doctrina.



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