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Aquinas

Saint Thomas. 1225--74, Italian theologian, scholastic philosopher, and Dominican friar, whose works include Summa contra Gentiles (1259--64) and Summa Theologiae (1267--73), the first attempt at a comprehensive theological system. Feast day: Jan. 28
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Aquinas's doctrine that infused virtues accompany sanctifying grace raises many questions.
Although he did not explicitly claim to develop Aquinas's ideas, he drew heavily upon Grotius's thinking on natural law, who was in turn inspired by Aquinas.
Aquinas's understanding of causation is further explored in the second section, wherein Austin establishes its continued relevance to contemporary theological ethics.
(13) Aquinas's account of the preeminence of God's mercy is, of course, not unique.
"We're still in there, we're in the mix with Aquinas, Greenisland and Finaghy, I think it's between the four of us now," said Emerson, 37.
In order to grasp Scripture's distinct nature, it is important to emphasize that when Aquinas claims that Paul draws out the "allegorical sense" of the Old Testament, he is not claiming that Paul uses the literary device of allegory, or that allegorical interpretation is merely a textual or intertextual matter.
The students of Aquinas have come full circle on this issue.
The entrance into Turner's very important discussion of Aquinas's "materialism" is through a couple of the propositions condemned in the years immediately following Aquinas's death by the bishop of Paris and the archbishop of Canterbury: the proposition that God could not create matter without form, and the proposition that there is only one substantial form in humans, the intellectual soul.
In its report, the BMI said Thomas Aquinas should have given way to Express Siete.
In the first half of the twentieth century, one might have expected closely researched studies of the idea of beauty in Aquinas as a matter of course.
Aquinas and Sartre: On Freedom, Personal Identity, and the Possibility of Happiness.
Thomas Aquinas on the Jews: Insights into His Commentary on Romans 9-11, by Steven C, Boguslawski, O.P.