Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis Character Descriptions

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Thomas Aquinas - This is one of the greatest of Catholic thinkers who leaves a legacy that includes direct work and lengthy writings.

Anton Pegis - This scholar has the profound privilege of being heavily involved in the publication of this book. He writes the introduction and is also the editor.

James C. Cardinal McGuigan - This character is the Archbishop of Toronto in 1948.

Dionysius the Argeopagite - This man is mentioned repeatedly by Aquinas in the text. He is another powerful philosopher and theologian.

St. John Damascene - This character spend much of his life as a Christian monk in a Muslim context. During his time as a monk, he contributes to writings and dialogues that became integrated into the Catholic theological literary and intellectual tradition.

Plato - This is one of the most famous and beloved of all of the ancient Grecian philosophers.

Aristotle -...

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