Summa Theologica

Notes

  1. ^ Ross, James F., "Thomas Aquinas, Summa theologiae (ca. 1273), Christian Wisdom Explained Philosophically", in The Classics of Western Philosophy: A Reader's Guide, (eds.) Jorge J. E. Gracia, Gregory M. Reichberg, Bernard N. Schumacher (Oxford: Blackwell Publishing, 2003), p. 165. [1]
  2. ^ Gilson, Etienne (1994). The Christian Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press. p. 502. ISBN 978-0-268-00801-7. 
  3. ^ Summa theologiae, I, 1, prooemium:"Quia Catholicae veritatis doctor non solum provectos debet instruere, sed ad eum pertinet etiam incipientes erudire, secundum illud apostoli I ad Corinth. III, tanquam parvulis in Christo, lac vobis potum dedi, non escam; propositum nostrae intentionis in hoc opere est, ea quae ad Christianam religionem pertinent, eo modo tradere, secundum quod congruit ad eruditionem incipientium."
  4. ^ Jean-Pierre Torrell, O.P. Saint Thomas Aquinas, vol 1, The Person and His Work, trans. Robert Royal, Catholic University, 1996, 146 ff.
  5. ^ McInerny, Ralph, A First Glance at St. Thomas Aquinas, Notre Dame Press:Indiana, (1990), p.197, ISBN 0-268-00975-9
  6. ^ Summa Theologica, Third Part, Question 40. Retrieved 11 July 2006.
  7. ^ a b c d Summa Theologica, Third Part, Question 40, Article 3. Retrieved 11 July 2006.
  8. ^ Kreeft, Peter. Summa of the Summa, Ignatius Press (1990), pp. 17–18. ISBN 0-89870-300-X
  9. ^ Turner, William. "Averroes." The Catholic Encyclopedia. Vol. 2. New York: Robert Appleton Company (1907). "St. Thomas Aquinas used the "Grand Commentary" of Averroes as his model, being, apparently, the first Scholastic to adopt that style of exposition..." Retrieved 2009-11-06.
  10. ^ ST, First Part, Question 1, Article 5. Retrieved 11 July 2006.
  11. ^ ST, First Part of Second Part, Q. 3, art. 8, ibid, art. 6-7/
  12. ^ ST, First Part, Question 3, Article 4. Aquinas develops this line of thought more fully in a shorter work, De ente et essentia.
  13. ^ Rom. 1:19–20; ST, First Part, Question 2, Article 2. See also I, Q. 1, art. 8.
  14. ^ ST, First Part, Question 4, Article 3.
  15. ^ ST, Second Part of the Second Part, Question 10, Article 3. Retrieved 11 July 2006. However, at other points, Aquinas, with different meanings of "great" makes the claim for pride, despair, and hatred of God.
  16. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 40.
  17. ^ ST, I-II, Q. 91, art. 2; ST, I-II, Q. 94.
  18. ^ ST, I-II, Q. 2, art. 8.
  19. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 78, art. 1.
  20. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 77, art. 1.
  21. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 182, art. 1.
  22. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 182, art. 4.
  23. ^ ST, II-II, Q. 184.
  24. ^ ST, III, Q. 47, art. 4.
  25. ^ Supplement, Q. 91; Supplement, Q. 74, art. 9.
  26. ^ Supplement, Q. 96, arts. 5–7.
  27. ^ "Thomas Aquinas" The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, Vol. XI, (1911), pp. 422–427.
  28. ^ The Fordham Monthly Fordham University, Vol. XL, Oct. 1921 – June 1922, p. 76

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