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English: Francisco Suarez, S.I. (1548-1617)

Suárez is considered the most brilliant and influential early-modern philosophers. He wrote on metaphysics, theology and epistemology.

Suárez was born at Granada of Spanish-Jewish descent. Suárez joined the Jesuits. He taught at Rome and in Spain and Portugal. His most important philosophical work was the Disputationes metaphysicae (1597). De lege ac Deo legislatore (About law and God the legislator,1612) summarized a series of lectures that Suarez gave in the 1590's about divine and human law. It influenced political philosophy and international law.
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