The Summa Theologica. Part III
- Author: Thomas Aquinas
- Year: 16-01-2012
- Translator from Latin: Tsocho Boyadzhiev
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- Product Code: 849-01
- SKU: 18.0106
- ISBN: 978-954-321-970-4
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Thomas Aquinas was a famous theologian of the Middle Ages. His Summa Theologica, written from 1265-1274, is unfinished, but it is still regarded as one of his most significant works. The piece was intended to be an instructional guide to other theology students, but it is much more than that. Summa Theologica answers many questions regarding Western Christianity and its beliefs. To this day, Summa Theologica is one of the foremost authorities on Christianity for theological scholars. Aquinas takes his philosophical and ethical reasoning from Aristotle.
Summa Theologica is divided into three parts. Each part contains more subdivisions. Part one is mostly about God. Aquinas attempts to prove that God exists and answers many questions devoted to the subject. He asserts that the notion that God exists is proof itself that He exists and demonstration of that fact is a possibility, which Aquinas intends to do. He later offers his proofs on God’s existence.
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|Translator||from Latin: Tsocho Boyadzhiev|
|Genre||Medieval Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion, Тheology, Christianity|