Fb2 Being and Order: The Metaphysics of Thomas Aquinas in Historical Perspective (Catholic Thought from Lublin) ePub
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The Metaphysics of Thomas Aquinas in Historical Perspective. by Andrew Nicholas Woznicki.
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Evil IX. Being is Beautiful X. Principle of Contradiction: Being is not Not-Being XI. Being in Act, Being in potency XII. The Real Distinction between Essence and Being XIII. Substance, the Primary and Basic Instance of Being XVIII. Accidental Being XIX. Causality XX.
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Part One is devoted to his metaphysical analysis of finite being
Part One is devoted to his metaphysical analysis of finite being. John F. Wippel, professor of philosophy at The Catholic University of America, was recently awarded the prestigious Aquinas Medal by the American Catholic Philosophical Association.
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Thomas Aquinas was a Dominican priest and Scriptural theologian. He took seriously the medieval maxim that grace perfects and builds on nature; it does not set it aside or destroy it. Therefore, insofar as Thomas thought about philosophy as the discipline that investigates what we can know naturally about God and human beings, he thought that good Scriptural theology, since it treats those same topics, presupposes good philosophical analysis and argumentation.