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    Que nada se sabe
    Philosophica: International Journal for the History of Philosophy 24 (48): 105-118. 2016.
    Avid critic of the knowledge dependent of the old masters, Francisco Sanches strikes a direct blow at the heart of Aristotelic philosophy with the aim of demystifying the author par excellence of Scholasticism. Francisco Sanches, in this context, attempts to show that the human mind, for as sharp as it may be, is always fallible. In fact, shadows of truth show themselves if we search carefully. The whole history of philosophy proves this assertion, or had it not been more than a history of what …Read more