The Thought of Thomas Aquinas

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Index
Note: References to, and quotations from the Summa theologiae appear on the majority of pages and have not been listed separately.
Abelard, Peter (1079-1142) 59 , 118 , 237 , 325-30
Introductio118
Theologia Christiana118
Abraham 292
action, human 220-5 , 248
Adam 254-7 , 264-6
agnosticism 36 , 43 , 57 , 59-60 , 111
Al Ash' ari (d. 936) 163
Albert the Great, Saint (c.1200-80) 1-5passim, 15 , 36 , 43
Alexander of Hales (1186-1245) 125 , 189
Ambrose, Saint (c.339-97) 120
analogy, doctrine of 70-4
angels 55-6 , 172 , 173
animals 169 , 210 , 216 , 223
Anscombe, Elizabeth 164 , 373
Anselm, Saint (c.1033-1109) 45 , 104-5 , 123 , 129-30 , 152 , 200
Cur Deus homo322-3 , 326-9
'Ontological Argument' 22 , 24
Aquinas, Saint Thomas, see Thomas Aquinas, Saint
Aquino, Landulf d' and Theodora (St Thomas Aquinas' parents) 1
Aristotle 46-7 , 113 , 153 , 289-90
and Aquinas' writings 5 , 6 , 26 , 371 , 373-4 , 376
on argument and knowledge 22 , 278
De anima125-7 , 209
and good 85 , 87 , 230 , 231 , 238-9 , 274 , 285
his concept of God 36 , 131-2 , 140
and medieval philosophy 2-3 , 5 , 6
Metaphysics131-2 , 210
Nicomachean Ethics5 , 87 , 238-9 , 285
Peri hermeneias176
Physics5 , 105-6 , 160
and the soul 129 , 209-10
ascension of Christ 342-4
Athanasian creed 118 , 185 , 187
Athanasius (c.296-373) 251
atonement 325-6 , 327see also forgiveness ; redemption ; salvation
Augustine, Saint (354-430):
Aquinas' writings compared with 15
De gratia et libero arbitrio118 , 166-7
De Trinitate192
defining charity 290
Enchiridion174
on evil and sin 89-90 , 254 , 255
and the Incarnation 323-4
on nature of God 23 , 44 , 45 , 58-9 , 118
and predestination 166-7
and relationship between God and his creatures 138 , 251 , 253 , 270
and the Resurrection 219-20
and the sacraments 347-9 , 362
The City of God349
on time and eternity 104 , 105
and the Trinity 186-7 , 192 , 194 , 200 , 204 , 206
Averroës (1126-98) 26
Avicebron (c.1021-c.1058) 59-60
Avicenna (980-1037) 23 , 26
baptism 311 , 347-8 , 350 , 356 , 360-1 , 363-4see also sacraments
Basil the Great (c.330-79) 251
Benedict XIV, Pope (1675-1758) 172
Berengarius of Tours (c.1040-80) 364-5 , 369
Berkeley, George (1685-1753) 19
Bernard of Clairvaux, Saint (1090-1153) 179
Bible, as unquestioned truth 12 , 114-17 , 281-2 , 299 , 319
Bobik, Joseph 50
body:
Christ's 307-8 ; and eucharist 364-76
human 209-20 , 295

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Table of contents

  • 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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