The ten essays in this collection approach the philosophy of Thomas Aquinas not merely as an object of scholarly interest but also as a framework for addressing perennial philosophical questions, even as they are raised and debated in our own times. The first five articles are expositions of important philosophical themes as developed in Aquinas's own works. In the last five, the authors bring Aquinas's thought to bear on contemporary philosophical discussions of metaphysical, ethical, and social issues.
|Publisher:||The Catholic University of America Press|
|Series:||Studies in Philosophy and the History of Philosophy|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)|