Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis - Book 1, Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas : Chapter 2, Questions VII - XII Summary & Analysis

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There is such a person as a Thomist. This is someone who is especially well-versed in the work of Saint Thomas Aquinas. The Summa Theologica is a massive work. The author was only able to do write this work as a successful consequence of tremendous education and preparatory work. For anyone not specially educated in the areas of philosophy and theology, reading the Summa is much like trying to read a well thought out physics book written for other physicists, not lay folk. The format is designed to suit debate and logical argumentation, which is a psychological purification process as per other sciences. Objections and refutations to those objections are presented so that readers can follow the line of thinking.

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