Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis Topics for Discussion

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What is your favorite part of those portions of the Summa Theologica presented here?

List one problem with Plato according to Aquinas's work as presented here.

Do you think Aquinas' description of God as the Prime Mover - which is clearly an Aristotelean idea, is legitimate Catholic theology, or more a trick of the mind endeavoring to reconcile super powerful truths? Defend your answer.

List your most favorite questions of all those presented as part of this text.

Did you feel the writings about concupiscence were helpful? Explain why if possible.

Describe the difference between irascible and concupiscent aspects of a person.

Define the human soul according to Aquinas and write briefly about how it works.

Name three of the other philosophical and theological thinkers who affected the work of Aquinas.

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