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Al-Allaf, Mashhad, “Al-Ghazâlî on Logical Necessity, Causality, and Miracles,” Journal of Islamic Philosophy, 2 (2006): 37-52. In this way, Aquinas stands in stark contract to the skeptic Pyrrho. The first written Greek references to Jews refers to them as a race of thinkers. Generally they wrote in response to some political event. However, from the fourteenth century onwards, the increasing use of mathematical reasoning in natural philosophy prepared the way for the rise of science in the early modern period.

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