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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • of Thomas Aquinas, whose work had advanced Scholasticism to a place of first
    • writings of Thomas Aquinas and Albertus Magnus against any charges of heresy
    • and counsellor of Thomas Becket of Canterbury, whose assassination he
    • says,” and the “Master” almost always meant Thomas Aquinas, whom
    • Through the Dominican stream the Scholasticism of Thomas Aquinas came to
    • name was Thomas a Kempis, and his Imitatio Christi, Imitation of Christ,
    • appeared. Thomas also was the biographer of Gerhard Groote, and his impression
    • At the conclusion of Thomas' Life of Gerhard Groote is a collection of
    • Trismegistus. This was the year when Sir Thomas More wrote his Utopia,
    • of Sir Thomas More, and five years after that of Erasmus.
    • the same cloister where Thomas Aquinas had lived three hundred years before.
    • that he met Shakespeare in the printing shop of Thomas Vautrollier), to hold
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • which had been brought to its highest flower by Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274),
  • Title: Chapter: Meister Eckhart
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    • theologian of the Middle Ages, Thomas Aquinas, who lived from 1225 to 1274.
    • Eckhart was an admirer of Thomas in the fullest sense. This is altogether
    • of the Christian church as he assumed such an agreement for Thomas. Eckhart
    • wanted to look at them in a different way than had Thomas Aquinas, for
    • and the Evangelist and Thomas speak, and yet their testimony of God is not

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