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D., Classics, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill) has taught Humanities, History, and Latin at UCO since 2004, where she has developed courses on Roman Culture, Greek History, Roman History, Women in Antiquity, and the Roman World on Film. That Aristotle is fallible was realised early. It is noteworthy, however, that the generality of the Ash‘arite theologians showed a distinct predilection for the argument a novitate mundi (huduth) in so far as it harmonized with their concept of a world created in time by an omnipotent God. [27] On the other major issue of moral theology, the distinction between good and evil, the Ash‘arite doctors were equally in disagreement with the Mu‘tazilah.

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Publisher: Editions Scholasticae (September 30, 2013)

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