Contemplating Aquinas: on the varieties of interpretation

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SCM, 2003 - Religion - 286 pages
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This book aims to highlight the great and fruitful variety of interpretations of Aquinas' work that have begun to develop over the last twenty years. Much of this renewal of scholarship has been conducted by specialists and communicated only amongst themselves. Contemplating Aquinas aims to provide a more general scholarly English readership with access to a far greater variety of approaches to Aquinas than they will have been so far accustomed, as a way of expanding and developing the reception of the contemporary reading of Aquinas.

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The Summas Reform of Moral Teaching and Its Failures
Reason and Faith

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Fergus Kerr, a member of the Order of Preachers and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, holds an honorary fellowship in the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh. He is the editor of "New Blackfriars," the periodical of the English Dominicans. His previous publications include "After Aquinas: Versions of Thomism ("Blackwell, 2002).

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