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20:53 Understand the issue Write a clear, concise exposition Moral Responsibility Study A, I, Notes from Section Aquinas and the Two ways Study H Excerpt in the question Marenbon’s chapter on Aristotle  o Aristotle’s four notions of cause Modes of cognition  Statements about knowledge and statements humans knows Knowledge needs to be understood differently The different ways God and Humans know things o Necessary from Gods point of view o Unnecessary from Humans point of view Principle  Different ways of Knowing Details about the difference between God’s way and the human way of  Knowing  Prescience not a problem; Mora responsibility is not a problem. They solved  moral responsibility from Prescience The problem in B makes the problem in A
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