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'This volume shows how much more mileage there still is in analytic Thomism, and thus implicitly suggests that there might be just as much or more in analytic reappropriations of other great medieval philosophers, thinkers whose methods and interests are conceivably even closer to those of modern philosophy. We perhaps would not expect ostrich Thomists to listen to analytic philosophers, but there seems to me some hope that analytic philosophers may follow the example of Anscombe and the others, and listen more attentively to their medieval ancestors. I look forward to more volumes such as this one.' Ars Disputandi '... this is an excellent collection... Recommended.' Choice

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Craig Paterson is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine (FRSM) and is now an independent scholar. Previously he was engaged in Information Science research at the University of California, Los Angeles, USA and was previously an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Providence College, USA. Matthew S. Pugh is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Providence College, Rhode Island, USA.

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