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by Thomas Aquinas,Brian J. Shanley,Robert Pasnau

Download The Treatise On The Divine Nature: Summa Theologiae I, 1-13 eBook
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0872208060
Author:
Thomas Aquinas,Brian J. Shanley,Robert Pasnau
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Hackett Publishing Company; UK ed. edition (March 15, 2006)
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by Thomas Aquinas (Author),‎ Brian J. Shanley . Translator),‎ Robert Pasnau (Introduction) & 0 more. I would also expect it to be especially useful to people studying Summa Theologiae I, 1-13 entirely on their own. Fr Shanley's translation is clear, idiomatic, and accurate.

by Thomas Aquinas (Author),‎ Brian J. ISBN-13: 978-0872208056. Why is ISBN important? ISBN. A particular virtue of the translation is that it frequently indicates along the way which Latin terms are being rendered into English as Fr Shanley renders them. This kind of flagging will help readers to get a better sense of what Aquinas is saying than they might otherwise d. .

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Robert Pasnau, Thomas Aquinas on Human Nature: A Philosophical . Thomas Aquinas on the Passions: A Study of Summa Theologiae, 1a2ae 22–48. Robert Miner - 2009 - Cambridge University Press.

Robert Pasnau, Thomas Aquinas on Human Nature: A Philosophical Study of Summa Theologiae la 75–89. Cambridge, En. Cambridge University Press, 2002. Thomas Aquinas, The Treatise on Human Nature, Summa Theologiae 1a 75-89.

I find the Hackett Aquinas a very good series of Aquinas readers. They also have one on another set of Questions of the Summa titled On Human Nature. One feature that compels me to choose this version is its detailed notes. I somehow feel, from reading only, that the ann I find the Hackett Aquinas a very good series of Aquinas readers

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This series offers central philosophical treatises of Aquinas in new . Robert Pasnau is Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder. Библиографические данные.

This series offers central philosophical treatises of Aquinas in new, state-of-the-art translations distinguished by their accuracy and use of clear and non-technical modern vocabulary.

It should prove very helpful to anyone teaching Summa Theologiae I, 1-13 at both the . This series offers central philosophical treatises of Aquinas in new, state-of-the-art translations distinguished by their accuracy and use of clear and ntechnical modern vocabulary

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The Summa Theologiae (written 1265–1274 and also known as the Summa Theologica or simply the Summa) is the best-known work of Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225–1274). Although unfinished, the Summa is "one of the classics of the history of philosophy and. Although unfinished, the Summa is "one of the classics of the history of philosophy and one of the most influential works of Western literature. It is intended as an instructional guide for theology students, including seminarians and the literate laity. It is a compendium of all of the main theological teachings of the Catholic Church

Featuring the treatise that consists of the first thirteen questions of Aquinas' massive "Summa Theologiae," this volume provides an introduction to Aquinas' views on two central questions of philosophical theology: does God exist? and what is God like? It is the second in "The Hackett Aquinas," a series of philosophical treatises of Aquinas. This series offers central philosophical treatises of Aquinas in new, state-of-the-art translations distinguished by their accuracy and use of clear and nontechnical modern vocabulary.

This series offers central philosophical treatises of Aquinas in new, state-of-the-art translations distinguished by their accuracy and use of clear and nontechnical modern vocabulary. Annotation and commentary accessible to undergraduates make the series an ideal vehicle for the study of Aquinas by readers approaching him from a variety of backgrounds and interests.

  • Bev
Thomas Aquinas’ “treatise on divine nature" is again “systematic & brilliant”.

He begins by presenting the triad of the “one sacred truth” as: I. ESSENCE= subject of sacred teaching;II. EXISTENCE= proof through effects; & III. SUBSISTENCE = “pure-act”.

After examining “truth”, he moves on to “perfection” and the “perfections-of-all-things”. This we perceive because of the gift of “SUNEIDESIS”, or “divine-imprint-of-god-consciousness”.

He then combines “truth” and “perfection” and addresses the “realm-of-spirit”, as what he calls the “perfection-of-knowledge”. We can anticipate his work on human nature here and the triad of: INTENTIONALITY; EIDOS-FORM; & “POSITING A PHRONESIS”, of practical-wisdom.

This work is a masterpiece; “5” stars absolutely.
  • Xarcondre
This spielraum of logic reveals a seemingly endless, infinite hermeneutic tautological circle showing language is revealed as wholly dominating our thoughts, barely letting even our own existence peek through in the slightest, as something whose potency the first few verses of JOHN demonstrate that has "always already" overwhelmed us. The history of our `individual' experience of the compulsive logic of language defines our birth of consciousness into it through learning, the ultimate movement of real change as the only freedom, which then comes to a culmination of the emotional pursuit of our final purpose and end. That we can exist within language founded not only in logic but even more importantly in Augustine's memoria is a complex whose nexus becomes what we identify as ourselves but as tautological always going in a circle.