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Doctrine of Absolute and Ordered Power of God in Medieval Natural Theology

Author Karpov K.
DOI 10.5922/2223-2095-2009-6-5
Pages 32-38
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Keywords European medieval philosophy, natural theology, divine omnipotence attribute.
Abstract (summary) The article deals with the methods of defining Divine Omnipotence introduced by medieval philosophers. The author presents the historical background of the development of the notion of absolute and ordered power of God in medieval natural theology.

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