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Canon 349

1. Philosophical instruction should be taught so that it accomplishes a formation in the human sciences; therefore, having

taken into account the wisdom both of the ancient and the recent

age, of the whole human family and especially of their own culture, the perennially valid philosophical patrimony is to be

sought. 2. Both historical and systematic courses are to be

taught so that students can easily discern truth and falsehood

with a sharp intellectual discretion, can properly pursue theological investigations with a mind open to the word of God, and be

made more suitable for carrying out the ministry by a dialogue

with the learned people of this age.




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