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Whether Ideas are Many?

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cf., ST.I.Q44.A3; ST.I.Q47.A1.Rep2; Sent.I.D36.Q2.A2; Sent.III.D14.Q1.A2.qa2; SCG1.C54; QDePot.Q3.A16.Obj12-13; QDeVer.Q3.A2; QIV.Q1.A


If we consider the nature of what an "idea" is, as outlined in the previous article, we must say that the ideas are many. In proof of this, we need only to consider that there are many things which are created by God.

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