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Others, notably Hegel, have insisted that, on the contrary, “it is the latest, most modern, and newest philosophy that is the most developed, richest, and concrete.” Wolfson’s is the surprising perspective of the middle, the organization and evaluation of the history of philosophy under a medieval aspect. The encounter between philosophy and revealed religion brought great challenges to both communities. Now it is impossible to go on to infinity in necessary things which have their necessity caused by another, as has been already proved in regard to efficient causes.

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