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Is Anything in the Intellect That Was Not First in Sense? Empiricism and Knowledge of the Incorporeal in Aquinas

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Scarpelli Cory,  Therese
Department Ideals and Practices of Rationality, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Max Planck Society;

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Scarpelli Cory, T. (2018). Is Anything in the Intellect That Was Not First in Sense? Empiricism and Knowledge of the Incorporeal in Aquinas. In R. Pasnau (Ed.), Oxford Studies in Medieval Philosophy. Vol. 6 (pp. 100-143). Oxford: Oxford University Press.


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