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By Romanus Cessario

ISBN-10: 081321386X

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Because the first fans of Saint Thomas Aquinas took up the duty of explaining and protecting his writings, Thomists have stimulated deeply the Western highbrow culture. jointly they shape a faculty referred to as Thomism that could declare an uninterrupted heritage because the finish of the 13th century. utilizing rigorously chosen assets, Romanus Cessario has composed a brief account of the historical past of the Thomist culture because it manifests itself in the course of the greater than seven-hundred years that experience elapsed because the dying of Saint Thomas. a quick historical past of Thomism, initially released in French as Le Thomisme et les Thomistes, offers a necessity that has now not been met in over a century, and is the 1st such finished account written in English. the writer, who has labored within the box for greater than thirty-five years, brings to his examine an appreciation for where that Saint Thomas Aquinas holds as a perennial instructor of Christian theology, and for the effect that the typical healthcare professional has exercised on all stripes of theology and philosophy. The e-book indicates compatible standards for together with and except authors from of Thomists, and proceeds to spot the central sessions in which Thomism fared either good and not more good. attract broader old contexts is helping the reader find Thomism in the circulate of highbrow historical past because it unfolds within the West. consultant figures within the historical past of Thomism are named and their literary compositions defined so that it will exhibit the diversity of how that those authors have carried at the culture. To allow the reader to profit the positions which are ordinarily pointed out with the Thomist college, the ebook contains an exposition of its significant theological and philosophical subject matters.

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George Marcil, “The Franciscan School through the Centuries,” in The History of Franciscan Theology, ed K. B. Osborne (St. : The Franciscan Institute, ), pp. –.  Chapter Two that befell his senior Richard Knapwell. This springtime of English Thomism, however, did not proceed unabated. After , the teaching of the Franciscan William of Ockham began to gain influence within intellectual circles, especially in England, though as late as the beginning of the s we find the Dominican Thomas of Claxton (d.

Chapter Two that befell his senior Richard Knapwell. This springtime of English Thomism, however, did not proceed unabated. After , the teaching of the Franciscan William of Ockham began to gain influence within intellectual circles, especially in England, though as late as the beginning of the s we find the Dominican Thomas of Claxton (d. ), who composed his Quaestiones de distinctione inter esse et essentiam reali atque de analogia entis at the start of the century, still holding his ground on classical Thomist theses such as the real distinction of essence and existence (esse) and the analogy of being.

Chapter Two Quidort of Paris equal in stature to Thomas Sutton as an outstanding promoter of nascent Thomism. Thomism grew because it was supported by a group of brilliant professors who understood the breakthrough that Aquinas had achieved in Christian theology. Because he represents the theological status quo of thirteenth-century Paris, Henry of Ghent—who belonged to no religious order—best illustrates the general approach to theology that these first Thomists rejected. Born in Ghent, probably in the first quarter of the thirteenth century, Henry studied at Tournai at the cathedral school there, where he was canon by .

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