1. The three primary divine attributes

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The Thomistic Account of Omnipotence states that x is omnipotent, by definition for any logically possible state of affairs, o, it is possible for x to bring it about that o. The Cartesian Account of Omnipotence states that x is omnipotent by definition for any state of affairs, o, it is possible for x to bring it about that o...
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It offers more clarity, I believe than Descartes position. It seems to allow for clarity in terms of revealing internal or joint consistency in possible arguments and can be used to show limited aspect of paradoxical arguments. If something is not logically possible then a paradox may be shown to be inconsistent, or incoherent...
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