An Aquinas Reader

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Fordham University Press, 1988 - Philosophy - 597 pages
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Divided into five sections -- Reality (Metaphysics), God and the World, Man, Morality, and Religion -- this anthology offers an unrivaled perspective of the full scope and rich variety of Aquinas's thought. It provides the general reader with an overall survey of one of the most outstanding thinkers of all time and reveals the major influence he has had on many of the world's great thinkers.

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Difficult but worthwhile. I tend toward Thomistic philosophy and this was the book that did it. If you enjoy exercising your mind, this book is for you. Read full review

Contents

REALITY
7
General Metaphysical Texts Chronologically
39
Introduction
107
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Mary T. Clark chaired, for many years, the Department of Philosophy at Manhatten College, New York.

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