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

This...

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