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The contrast between the reception of Anselm’s
Proslogion in the work of Bonaventure and in the work of Thomas
Aquinas is often held up as a classic example of their competing intellectual assumptions. Some have located the intellectual prerequisites for the acceptance or rejection of Anselm’s argument in the prior acceptance of univocal or analogical accounts of being.
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