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Thomas Aquinas

Thomas Aquinas: A very brief history

Author: 
Brian Davies (Author)
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Born in Italy in the thirteenth century, Thomas Aquinas was a Dominican Friar, Catholic priest, and an influential philosopher and theologian best known for his seminal work Summa Theologiae, which students and scholars continue to study to this day.

Brian Davies’s historical introduction of Aquinas and his continuing influence on the world today works through key questions associated with the historical figure such as, "Who was Aquinas?" "What were his key ideas?" and "What values were connected with him during his life?" before moving on to how Aquinas’s impact has lasted over the centuries, both from the time of Aquinas to the twenty-first century, and thinking about Aquinas today.

ISBN: 
9781506431758
Price: 
$12.99
ISBN: 
9781506431826
Price: 
$12.99
Release date: 
August 15, 2017
Pages: 
128
Width: 
5.25
Height: 
7.75