Rodrigo de Arriaga

''Disputationes theologicae'', Antwerp, 1643 Rodrigo de Arriaga (; 17 January 1592 – 7 June 1667) was a Spanish philosopher, theologian and Jesuit. He is known as one of the foremost Spanish Jesuits of his day and as a leading representative of post-Suárezian baroque Jesuit nominalism. Accordig to Richard Popkin, Arriaga was “the last of the great Spanish Scholastics”. Provided by Wikipedia
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