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The philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas

Étienne Gilson, Edward Bullough (Translator), G. A. Elrington (Editor)
Print Book, English, [1971]
Books for Libraries Press, Freeport, N.Y., [1971]
xv, 372 pages ; 23 cm
9780836957976, 0836957970
Foreword / Fr. Vincent McNabb O.P
The author's preface to the translation
Translator's preface to the new edition
I. The man and his environment
A. The life and works of St. Thomas
B. St. Thomas and Aristotelianism
C. The Christian doctor
II. Faith and reason: the object of philosophy
III. The alleged evidence for the existence of God
IV. The first proof of the existence of God
V. The four other proofs of the existence of God
VI. The divine attributes
A. The knowledge of God by negation
B. The knowledge of God by Analogy
VII. Creation
A. The nature of the creative act
B. The beginning
C. The distinction of things
VIII. The angels
IX. The corporeal world and the efficacy of secondary causes
X. The union of soul and body
XI. The powers of the soul
Life and the senses
XII. The intellect and rational knowledge
XIII. Knowledge and truth
XIV. Appetite and will
XV. The human act
A.The structure of the human act
B. Habits
C. The virtues
D. The laws
XVI. The last end
XVII. The spirit of Thomistic philosophy
Reprint of the 1937 edition