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    Pedro damião E a dialética
    Philósophos - Revista de Filosofia 20 (2): 11-133. 2015.
    Peter Damian is usually described in the History of Philosophy as a kind of enemy of dialectic, the major example of the medieval anti-intelectual. Much of his fame is the result of an excerpt from his work De divina omnipotentia, in which he seems to argue that God could break the principle of non-contradiction. In this paper, we intend to show that Damian does not attack the validity of the principle of non-contradiction, and does not build a general critique of the dialectical principles. How…Read more