Thomas Aquinas


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Thomas A·qui·nas

 (ə-kwī′nəs), Saint
See Saint Thomas Aquinas.

Thom′as Aqui′nas


n.
Saint, Aquinas, Saint Thomas.
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Noun1.Thomas Aquinas - (Roman Catholic Church) Italian theologian and Doctor of the Church who is remembered for his attempt to reconcile faith and reason in a comprehensive theologyThomas Aquinas - (Roman Catholic Church) Italian theologian and Doctor of the Church who is remembered for his attempt to reconcile faith and reason in a comprehensive theology; presented philosophical proofs of the existence of God (1225-1274)
Church of Rome, Roman Catholic Church, Roman Church, Western Church, Roman Catholic - the Christian Church based in the Vatican and presided over by a pope and an episcopal hierarchy
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Casaubon's patience held out further, and when after all it turned out that the head of Saint Thomas Aquinas would be more perfect if another sitting could be had, it was granted for the morrow.
Vain and egotistical, supple and proud, libertine and gourmand, grasping from the pressure of debt, discreet as a tomb out of which nought issues to contradict the epitaph intended for the passer's eye, bold and fearless when soliciting, good-natured and witty in all acceptations of the word, a timely jester, full of tact, knowing how to compromise others by a glance or a nudge, shrinking from no mudhole, but gracefully leaping it, intrepid Voltairean, yet punctual at mass if a fashionable company could be met in Saint Thomas Aquinas,--such a man as this secretary- general resembled, in one way or another, all the mediocrities who form the kernel of the political world.
The first pupils, S2/3 at St Thomas Aquinas Secondary, have been getting to grips with their devices since before the summer.
A Gift of Presence: The Theology and Poetry of the Eucharist in Thomas Aquinas
Thomas Aquinas College in New York is one of 102 college and universities across the U.S.
"Aquinas on Virtue: A Causal Reading" by the Jesuit scholar Nicholas Austin (who teaches theological ethics at Heythrop College, University of London) is an original interpretation of one of the most compelling accounts of virtue in the Western tradition--that of the great theologian and philosopher Thomas Aquinas (1224 - 1274).
In The Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Brock has accomplished much in a book of modest length.
Cordileone, archbishop of San Francisco, will serve as commencement speaker at Thomas Aquinas College's annual graduation exercises.
Thomas Aquinas, by contrast, argued that there is only a single form to the individual soul, which cannot have multiple forms.
Thomas Aquinas Church and was an avid Boston Red Sox fan.
When this reviewer was in college, Etienne Gilson used the "hook" of "Christian existentialism" to attract readers to Thomas Aquinas. Now, a long generation later, Denys Turner offers the hook of "materialism," the idea that matter bears meaning, to gather new readers to the Angelic Doctor.
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