Posthumanism: A Critical Analysis

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According to Scotus’ definition of infinite the infinite exceeds the finite by a non-finite measure..... according to Scotus.......................................... 3......... which is absurd If any given part is infinite........... 2........6 SCOTUS ON SIMPLICITY In De primo principio....... Zonta, Mauro, Saggio di lessicografia filosofica araba (Philosophica 7). The Mu‘tazilah, who continued this line of speculation, asserted the freedom of the individual on the one hand and the justice of God on the other.

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