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Department
Philosophy
Course
PHIL 1090
Professor
Pheme Perkins
Semester
Fall

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Perspective Notes On St. Ignatius of Loyola ­Scruples: people who think very cautiously ­constantly berating themselves th ­case of catholic system in the 16  century, confession was huge but some never believed  it such as Ignatius ­psychological guilt conscious and he is doing everything right but he feels tortured of sin ­do things that punish themselves because they cannot deal with the guilt ­Young: lawye
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