Bilocation in Thomistic Philosophy
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Much of this article is adapted from Grenier’s Cursus Philosophiae 289-290. Also, c.f., Hugon, Cosmology, Second Treatise, Third Question, Art. 3, 13-15
Recently, Byzantine Scotist, in an informal livestream, gave his thoughts on the 24 Thomistic Theses. Now, it must be noted that this was informal, giving a few thoughts to show the distinctions of Scotistic Philosophy. This was not a formal presentation and response to the 24 Thomistic Theses. In it, he questioned Thesis XII, “It is also quantity that makes a body to be circum