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  • But his best known work is the Summa theologiae, which is most often cited when Thomas's position on this or that is sought.

    Saint Thomas Aquinas

  • Book of Memory, 69; Aquinas, Summa theologiae, 1 – 11 Q. 56, art. 5, obj.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Bayerle and Carruthers note that this phrase is transcribed almost verbatim from Aquinas, Summa theologiae, 2.2.49.2. back

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • Summa theologiae, 1 – 11 Q. 57, art. 4, cited in Book of Memory, 65.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • These are presented in the Summa theologiae as the "videtur" or "it would seem that."

    Archive 2009-01-11

  • Introduction to Thomas Aquinas selections from the Summa theologiae

    Archive 2009-03-22

  • Though in the published version of De occulta philosophia he still values the purportedly ancient pre-Christian sages and the Cabalists and Neoplatonists, both De vanitate and the contemporaneous Dehortatio gentilis theologiae/A Warning Against Gentile Theology, show that he was aware of the possibility that their influence might be harmful.

    Loss of Faith

  • Accordingly, in his later discussions of the divine names, notably in the Summa contra gentiles and the Summa theologiae, Aquinas returns to the analogy of attribution, but links it much more closely with his doctrines of causal similitude.

    Medieval Theories of Analogy

  • Maritain held that philosophy was an ancilla theologiae, and that philosophy, under the rubric of metaphysical knowledge, allows for the demonstration of a number of basic religious beliefs.

    Jacques Maritain

  • What so powerful an engine as superstition? which they right well perceiving, are of no religion at all themselves: Primum enim (as Calvin rightly suspects, the tenor and practice of their life proves), arcanae illius theologiae, quod apud eos regnat, caput est, nullum esse deum, they hold there is no God, as Leo X. did,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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