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The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas

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The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas

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A deep study of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine, the essence of Thomism, and Thomism in the present time. Also included are appendices and supplemental material by the translators. As British Weekly reports, "Every page contains thought at a high level."

By Rudolf Steiner

Translated by Harry Collison
Bn 74.X; GA 74; CW 74

A deep study of Thomas Aquinas and Augustine, the essence of Thomism, and Thomism in the present time. Also included are appendices and supplemental material by the translators. As British Weekly reports, "Every page contains thought at a high level."

Three lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Dornach in May of 1920. They are from the lecture series entitled: The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, published in German as: Die Philosophie Des Thomas von Aquino.

Part One is the three lectures by Dr. Rudolf Steiner. Part Two is commentaries on some passages from the works of Thomas Aquinas by Dr. Roman Boos.

We present them here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland.

Copyright © 1932
This e.Text edition is provided through the wonderful work of:
Percy Lund, Humphries and Co.
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CONTENTS

 Cover Sheet  
Contents
Preface
 
PART ONE
THE PHILOSOPHY OF THOMAS AQUINAS
 
Lecture I: Thomas and Augustine May 22, 1920
Lecture II: The Essence of Thomism May 23, 1920
Lecture III: Thomism in the Present Day May 24, 1920
 
PART TWO
Commentary on Some Passages
from the Works of Thomas Aquinas
by Dr. Roman Boos
 
Preface to Part Two
Comment I: Thomas and Platonism
Comment II: Man and the Intelligible World
Comment III: Man and the Material World
Comment IV: Man as a Learning Being
Comment V: The Application of Intelligence to the Human Body




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