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These are sometimes called moderate fideists, for, though they maintained that human reason is unable to know the fundamental truths of the moral and religious orders, they admitted that, after accepting the teaching of revelation concerning them, human intelligence can demonstrate the reasonableness of such a belief. (cf. Ubaghs, Logicae seu
Colonel Patrick Lang, a fluent Arabic-speaker who ran Middle Eastern “HUMINT” human intelligence for the Defense Intelligence Agency in the early 1990s, said that the lack of HUMINT remained a problem after 9/11.