The Speech of Eryximachus
Part of the Radical Theologies book series (RADT)
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- 1.Herbert McCabe OP draws on a similar thought experiment, Robert Nozick’s “Experience Machine,” to argue the Thomist case of the priority of activity over experience. McCabe, The Good Life (London: Continuum, 2005), 50.Google Scholar
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