from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A follower of Thomas Aquinas. See scotist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A follower of Thomas Aquinas.
- Same as Thomistic.
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By coincidence this occurred on the same day as the exchange elsewhere: peeping thomist the feminist movement could be seen as providing men with a whole range of options to tell women what to do with their bodies over the last 40 years.
At one point it slips out of science into religion, since it was a Templeton lecture.www. thomist.org/journal/1999/991aSmit. htm
Feminism sometimes seem to exist as a prop to legitimate the devious arguments of men who want to do what they please to women's bodies without consequence. thomist
Here is a post by someone calling himself "a thomist" regarding the immaterial conclusions of materialism:
Mura is an excellent example for not beeing a poor but a real and brillinat thomist, who is open for real development and new insights and findings.
For instance, there is a certain well known American neo-thomist from the middle of America who, when he called, always said in a deep bass voice,
Manifestly only the communicable attributes can at all be considered in the matter, wherefore Gonet (Clyp. thomist.,
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