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The goodness of being in Thomistic philosophy and its contemporary significance

Author: Enid Smith
Publisher: Washington D.C. : The Catholic University of America Press, 1947.
Dissertation: Diss. Catholic Univ. of America, 1947.
Series: Philosophical studies., Catholic University of America, 98
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Named Person: Ralph Barton Perry; d'Aquin Thomas, saint; Ralph Barton Perry
Material Type: Thesis/dissertation
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Enid Smith
OCLC Number: 716801491
Description: 143 p.
Series Title: Philosophical studies., Catholic University of America, 98
Responsibility: by Enid Smith.

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