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  • {{Image|Aquinas.jpg|right|350px|St. Thomas Aquinas as depicted in the Demidoff Altarpiece by Carlo Crivelli .}} ...ef>NB: Also referred to in the medieval literature as Tommaso d'Aquino and Thomas von Aquin</ref> was an influential Catholic [[theology|theologian]] and [[
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  • ...radox arises from a misunderstanding of the concept of omnipotence.<ref> [[Aquinas]] [[Summa Theologica]] Book 1 Question 25</ref> The paradox can indeed be ...on was once advocated by [[Thomas Aquinas]].<ref>[[Thomas Aquinas|Aquinas, Thomas]] [[Summa Theologica]] Book 1 Question 25 article 3</ref> This definition
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  • #REDIRECT [[Thomas Aquinas]]
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  • {{Image|Aquinas.jpg|right|350px|St. Thomas Aquinas as depicted in the Demidoff Altarpiece by Carlo Crivelli .}} ...ef>NB: Also referred to in the medieval literature as Tommaso d'Aquino and Thomas von Aquin</ref> was an influential Catholic [[theology|theologian]] and [[
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  • ...ed in two main and fiercely opposing schools, the Dominicans ([[St. Thomas Aquinas]] (1225-1274) and the [[School of Salamanca]] <ref name=SALAMANCA>[http:// ...inas <ref name=SUMMA>[http://www.ccel.org/a/aquinas/summa/home.html THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint (1225?-1274).''The Summa Theologica''. </ref>, that set down the do
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  • ...le]], [[Epictetus]], [[Augustine of Hippo]], [[Thomas Aquinas|Aquinas]], [[Thomas Hobbes|Hobbes]], [[John Locke|Locke]], [[Immanuel Kant|Kant]], [[Jeremy Be
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  • ...om an absolute moral order finds it's origin in St [[Thomas Aquinas|Thomas Aquinas']] argument from degree - in that human beings vary in goodness, and God p ...scartes]], and [[Alvin Plantinga]]; its principal critics include [[Thomas Aquinas]] and [[Immanuel Kant]].
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  • ...eal form of government<ref>[http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/17897 Aquinas, Thomas: ''Summa Theologica'', Project Gutenberg]</ref>. He emphasised the priorit ...renewed willingness to challenge authority. Political thinkers including [[Thomas Hobbes]], [[John Locke]], and [[Jean-Jacques Rousseau]] were inspired by t
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  • Religion commonly ties reality to the notion of the divine. [[Thomas Aquinas]], for example, says that statements about everyday reality are true of Go ...they belong to God are said of God alone. ... ''Thomas Aquinas''<ref name=Aquinas/>
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  • * [[Thomas Aquinas]], ''[[Summa Theologiae]]'' * [[Anthony Kenny]], ''The Five Ways: Saint Thomas Aquinas’ Proofs of God’s Existence'', (1969) London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.
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  • ...us]], [[Lao Tse]], [[Augustine of Hippo|Augustine]], [[Thomas Aquinas]], [[Thomas Hobbes]], [[Ren&eacute; Descartes]], [[Baruch Spinoza]], [[Gottfried Leibn ...St. [[Augustine of Hippo]], St. [[Anselm of Canterbury]], and St. [[Thomas Aquinas]], but Jewish philosophers such as [[Moses Maimonides|Maimonides]] (''Mosh
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  • ...holastics such as the philosopher-theologian [[Thomas Aquinas|Saint Thomas Aquinas]] (1225-1274), who argued that the existence of God could be deduced by re ...olutionary scientists] live and think inside the paradigm of evolution. As Thomas Kuhn explained [in ''The Structure of Scientific Revolutions''], theories
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  • ...t book, ''Il problema estetico in San Tommaso'', (The Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas) in 1956. He lost his job at RAI in 1959, but found a position as the non
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  • {{r|Thomas Aquinas}}
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  • *Thomas Aquinas (Thomas of Aquino (Italy)), Dominican friar and priest, 1225-74
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  • {{r|Thomas Aquinas}}
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  • | [[Plato]], [[Aristotle]], [[Anselm of Canterbury|Anselm]], [[Thomas Aquinas|Aquinas]], [[William of Ockham|Ockham]], [[Francisco Suárez|Suarez]], [[Marin Mer | [[Isaac Newton]], [[Baruch Spinoza|Spinoza]], [[Thomas Hobbes|Hobbes]], [[Antoine Arnauld|Arnauld]], [[Nicolas Malebranche|Malebr
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  • ...he objects known', practical knowledge is--in a phrase Anscombe lifts from Aquinas--'the cause of what it understands' (see ''Intention'' (1957), par.48, p.8 ...961), with [[Peter Geach|P. T. Geach]], on [[Aristotle]], [[Thomas Aquinas|Aquinas]] and [[Gottlob Frege|Frege]]
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  • ...omas Cahill]] to be the first medieval man and the last classical man.<ref>Thomas Cahill, ''How the Irish Saved Civilization'' Chapter 2</ref> In both his [[Thomas Aquinas]] took much from Augustine's theology while creating his own unique synthe
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