Albert & Thomas: Selected Writings

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Simon Tugwell
Paulist Press, 1988 - Philosophy - 650 pages
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Contains writings by two thirteenth-century Dominicans, both Doctors of the Church, St. Albert the Great (1200-1280), patron saint of natural scientists, and the `common doctor,' St. Thomas Aquinas (1226-1274), both famous for their contributions to philosophy and theology.
 

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An excellent introduction and collection by a leading scholar of the Dominican Order. Reading the spiritual writings of these two theologians is essential for putting their scholastic works in context.

Contents

Introduction
3
II ALBERT AND THE DIONYSIAN TRADITION
39
COMMENTARY ON DIONYSIUS MYSTICAL THEOLOGY
131
Introduction
201
THOMAS AQUINAS INAUGURAL LECTURE I256
353
Commentary on the Sentences Book 4 distinction 15 question 4
363
Quaestiones Disputatae De Veritate Question 6 Article 6
419
Summa Contra Gentiles III chapters 9596
425
Prologue to the Commentary on Boethius De Hehdomadihus
527
From the Prologue to the Commentary on St John
529
Active and Contemplative Life Summa Theologiae IIII Questions 179182
534
Ohedience and the Vows De Perfectione Chapter 13
589
Ohedience Summa Theologiae IIII Question 104 a 5
597
Sin and The Rule Summa Theologiae IIII Question 186 a9
601
Study Contra Impugnantes Dei Cultum Religionem Chap 11
606
Study Quodlibetal Question I a14
613

From the First Lectures on St Paul
433
From the Lectures on St John
439
From the Lectures on St Matthew
445
Summa Theologiae IIII Question 83
476
From the Commentary on Romans
520
Poverty Summa Theologiae II II Question 188 a7
618
The Best Religious Order Summa Theologiae IIII Question 188 a6
628
Select Bibliography
633
Index to Introductions
638
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