Being and thought in Aquinas

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Jeremiah Hackett, William E. Murnion, Carl N. Still
Global Academic Pub., Apr 1, 2004 - Philosophy - 304 pages
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Papers from Binghamton University's Conferences on Medieval Latin Philosophy, 1995-2000, on St. Thomas Aquinas' oeuvre. The essays examine his sources within the Neoplatonic andIslamicist traditions, major themes in his writing, and his reflections on time and thought.

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Contents

The Form of Tragedy its structure 9
75
HI The Material of Tragedy its diction 31
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Indices
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