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D'Ettore, Domenic. John Capreolus On Names Said Analogously of God and Creatures. The Catholic University of America Press. 2013. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/1421f3f1-382a-4982-9c64-faf57d0073de?locale=fr

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D'Ettore, Domenic. (2013). John Capreolus on Names Said Analogously of God and Creatures. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/1421f3f1-382a-4982-9c64-faf57d0073de?locale=fr

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D'Ettore, Domenic. John Capreolus On Names Said Analogously of God and Creatures. The Catholic University of America Press. 2013. https://mushare.marian.edu/concern/generic_works/1421f3f1-382a-4982-9c64-faf57d0073de?locale=fr

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The writings of John Capreolus (ca. 1380-1444), the Prince of Thomists, have come down to us exclusively through his great work, the Defense of the Theology of Thomas Aquinas (abbreviated in this article as the Defensiones), completed about the year 1442.

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  • The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review (Vol.77, No.3)
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