Intelligence: Sense of Being, Faculty of God
Pierre Rousselot, the first and most original genius of what has come to be called "transcendental Thomism," took on the rationalism of his day and proceeded to prove beyond doubt that the "intellectualism" of Thomas Aquinas was a completely different philosophy. This new translation, with an extensive Foreword and notes by the translator, renders Rousselot's text with greater accuracy than its predecessor.
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Intellection in Itself
Intelligence and Human Action
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abstract according to Thomas action affection affirmation angels animal appetite Aquinas Aquinas's Aristotle Aristotle's autem Averroes Avicenna beatific vision beatitude certitude cognition concept connaturality consciousness contemplation defined definition discursive reason distinction divine doctrine dogma enim essence ethics example faculty faculty psychology faith final grasp human ideal ideo immanence imperfection individual insofar intel intellectual intellectualist intelligence intuition judgment knowledge logical Lonergan matter means metaphysics modum moral nature notion object operation Opusc panlogism perception perfect philosophy pleasure possession practical idea principles proper pure quae quam quia quod rational reality Rousselot Scholastic Scholasticism Scotism secundum sense sensible sicut soul species speculative spirit substance Summa Summa contra Gentiles Summa theologiae sunt synderesis theology theory things Thomas says Thomas's Thomist thought tion Trin truth unity universal virtue vision volition whole word