Thomas Aquinas was the foremost philosopher and Catholic thinker in an era when the Church was Europe’s dominant cultural, political, and educational force. His influence continues to be felt both inside and outside the Church. The Bloomsbury Studies on Thomas Aquinas collection gathers the best in recent Thomistic scholarship. This comprehensive collection includes everything from introductions and surveys for those new to Aquinas, guides for reading his primary text, topical analysis of his theology and philosophy, and in depth looks at specific Thomistic concepts and their enduring influence.
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