Thomas Aquinas Writing Styles in Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis

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Thomas Aquinas was fortunate enough to receive quite an extensive education. He was delivered to a monastery for his education beginning as a six year old child. This is a practice which is still done, more in some parts of the world and for some subgroups in society than others. Later in his life, he was able to accompany Albert the Great to Cologne where he was able to be a most prominent student. He was also able to be a priest. An Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas is not really about Thomas himself, but does include him very much in certain ways.

The author of the originals was working in the 1200s, mainly in Italy, including Cologne. His Roman Catholicism was prevailing within his time and culture. His efforts were also strongly performed with the intention of providing sound defenses for Catholic thought when confronted by brilliant...

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