The de Malo of Thomas Aquinas

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The De Malo of Thomas Aquinas

With Facing-page Translation by
RICHARD REGAN

Edited with an Introduction and Notes by
BRIAN DAVIES

OXFORD
UNIVERSITY PRESS

2001

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Translator's Note xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • The De Malo of Thomas Aquinas xv
  • Introduction 3
  • Question I - On Evil 55
  • Qvestiones Dispvtate De Malo - Qvestio Prima 54
  • Question II - On Sins 121
  • Qvestio Secvnda - De Peccatis 120
  • Question III - On the Causes of Sin 225
  • Qvestio Tertia - De Causa Peccati 224
  • Question IV - On Original Sin 327
  • Qvestio Qvarta - De Peccato Originali 326
  • Question V - On the Punishment of Original Sin 403
  • Qvestio Qvinta - De Pena Originalis Peccati 402
  • Question VI - On Human Choice 447
  • Qvestio Sexta - De Electione Humana 446
  • Question VII - On Venial Sin 471
  • Qvestio Septima - De Peccato Ueniali 470
  • Question VIII - On the Capital Sins 573
  • Qvestio Octava - De Uitiis Capitalibus 572
  • Question IX - On Vainglory 621
  • Qvestio Nona - De Inani Gloria 620
  • Question X - On Envy 641
  • Qvestio Decima - De Inuidia 640
  • Question XI - On Spiritual Apathy 661
  • Qvestio Vndecima - De Accidia 660
  • Question XII - On Anger 681
  • Qvestio Dvodecima - De Ira 680
  • Question XIII - On Avarice 715
  • Qvestio Tertia Decima - De Auaritia 714
  • Question XIV - On Gluttony 747
  • Qvestio Qvarta Decima - De Gula 746
  • Question XV - On Sexual Lust 773
  • Qvestio Qvinta Decima - De Luxuria 772
  • Question XVI - On Devils 803
  • Qvestio Sexta Decima - De Demonibus 802
  • Glossary of Terms Used in the De Malo 961
  • Glossary of Authors and Works Cited in the De Malo 967
  • Comparable Passages in Other Works of Aquinas 971
  • Non-Biblical Texts Cited in the De Malo 973
  • Select Bibliography 977
  • Index 983
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