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One, however, is about events while the other is about ideas; one explains things in a logical progression of time, one event after another, while the other explains things according to patterns of the mind and the emotions. On that line of reasoning, one could argue that all dogs, which are also mortal, are human beings. By the time Augustine came on the scene, different Greek schools of skepticism were well established, and for centuries had been producing arguments to show that we can no nothing at all for certain.

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