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Whether Good is Logically Prior to the True?

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cf., QDeVer.Q21.A3; Heb.C11.L1


Here, we have the confirmation and explication of what was covered in the last article.


One of the most important issues in Thomistic theology is being able to understand the distinction between something that is identical in ratio and identical in res. For, the former is the thing as it is known and the latter is the thing as it is in itself. Many misunderstand this teaching when they hear things like "logical aspect." For, many set the "logical" at odd with the "ontological."

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