|The structure of st. augustine's theory of knowledge||p. 1|
|On skepticism and truth||p. 12|
|The role of faith||p. 24|
|Intellection, man's knowledge of the forms||p. 76|
|Intellection, three interpretations of illumination||p. 94|
|Intellection, the problem of ontologism||p. 102|
|Bibliographical note||p. 125|
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