Concursus Divinus

Concursus Divinus a term used in scholastic philosophy to designate the coincidence between the divine agency, as a final cause, and natural agencies, as the efficient cause of events and processes. It was elaborated by Thomas Aquinas, and a similar distinction may be traced in the discussions on the human will and scientific evolution.

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