The Thought of Thomas Aquinas

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1 Bibliographical Works

Bourke, Vernon J., Thomistic Bibliography: 1920-1940, Modern Schoolman (1921).

Mandonnet, P., and Destrez, J., Bibliographie Thomiste, 2nd edn. revised by M.-D. Chenu (Paris, 1960).

Miethe, Terry L., and Bourke, Vernon J., Thomistic Bibliography, 1940-1978 (Westport, Conn., 1980).

The Bulletin Thomiste (1940-65), continued in Rassegna di letteratura Tomistica (1966-), receives all Thomistic publications and is most useful as a research tool with respect to Thomistic bibliography.


2 Useful Selections from the Writings of Aquinas in English

The Pocket Aquinas, ed. Vernon J. Bourke (New York, 1960).

The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas, ed. Christopher Martin (London, 1988).

St Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae: A Concise Translation, ed. Timothy McDermott (London, 1989).

Introduction to St Thomas Aquinas, ed. Anton C. Pegis (New York, 1945).


3 General Material

Ackrill, J. L., Aristotle the Philosopher (Oxford, 1981).

Aertsen, Jan, Nature and Creature: Thomas Aquinas's Way of Thought (Leiden, 1988).

Anscombe, G. E. M., and Geach, P. T., Three Philosophers (Oxford, 1973).

Barnes, Jonathan, Aristotle (Oxford, 1982).

Bird, Otto, 'How to Read an Article in the Summa', New Scholasticism, 27 (1953).

Bobik, J., Aquinas on Being and Essence (Notre Dame, 1965).

Boehner, Philotheus, OFM (ed.), Works of Saint Bonaventure, ii: Itinerarium mentis in Deum (New York, 1956).

Bonnette, D., Aquinas' Proofs of God's Existence (The Hague, 1972.)

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  • The Thought of Thomas Aquinas iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Abbreviations xvi
  • 1: The Shape of a Saint 1
  • 2: Getting to God 21
  • 3: What God is Not 40
  • 4: Talking About God 58
  • 5: Perfection and Goodness 80
  • 6: Ubiquity to Eternity 98
  • 7: Oneness to Knowledge 118
  • 8: Will to Mercy 139
  • 9: Providence and Freedom 158
  • 10: The Eternal Triangle 185
  • 11: Being Human 207
  • 12: How to Be Happy 227
  • 13: How to Be Holy 250
  • 14: The Heart of Grace 274
  • 15: God Incarnate 297
  • 16: The Life and Work of Christ 320
  • 17: Signs and Wonders 345
  • Select Bibliography 377
  • Index 385
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