Aquinas on Mind

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Routledge, Apr 3, 2013 - Philosophy - 192 pages
This book shows how the mature writings of Thomas Aquinas though written in the thirteenth century have much to offer the human mind and the relationship between intellect and will, body and soul.
 

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Contents

1 Why read Aquinas?
1
2 Mind and metaphysics
15
3 Perception and imagination
31
4 The nature of the intellect
41
5 Appetite and will
59
6 The freedom of the will
75
7 Sense imagination and intellect
89
8 Universals of thought
101
9 Knowledge of particulars
111
10 Selfknowledge
119
11 The nature of the soul
129
12 Mind and body
145
Notes
161
Further reading
177
Index
179
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