This book, written by well-known students of Etienne Gilson and especially dedicated to Armand A. Maurer, helps inaugurate a long-overdue special series in philosophy honoring Gilson s legendary scholarship. It presents wide-ranging expositions of Thomist realism in the tradition of Gilsonian humanism covering themes related to philosophy in general, historical method, aesthetics, metaphysics, epistemology, and politics.qAnother consequence of occasionalism is that we do not know our own bodies any more than we know other bodies. ... Descartesa#39;s failure to prove the existence of the material world- Descartes argued that, since God is not a deceiver, we can anbsp;...
|Title||:||A Thomistic Tapestry|
|Author||:||Peter A. Redpath|
|Publisher||:||Rodopi - 2003-01-01|