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Logical error in Augustinian theodicy

It seems to me that Augustine's argument must be rephrased differently. The first part of the argument is aimed at establishing that: whatsoever things are, are good. This means : every substance ...
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Does Gandhi's paraphrase of Augustine's phrase distort its meaning?

I think we usually don't need to compare these two. But if we compare them we would find both of their significance. The first one doesn't consider each individual specifically; I feel. When we put ...
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