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  • adj. Of or pertaining to Thomism.


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  • This has led some to suggest that what is called Thomistic philosophy is an eclectic hodgepodge, not a set of coherent disciplines.

    Saint Thomas Aquinas

  • My own view of the relationship between the mind and the brain tends to hylomorphism, specifically the variant of traditional Aristotelian hylomorphism called Thomistic dualism, which is the view that the soul (of which the mind is a part) is the substantial form of the body (of which the brain is a part).

    Evolution News & Views

  • Since I am not yet a student of metaphysics, I didn't want to give an authoritative answer, preferring to explain my sympathies but without going into a sustained critique of other 'Thomistic' schools.

    The New Beginning

  • St. Thomas understood this principal very well: Here is his classically "Thomistic" evaluation of the question,

    Intentional Disciples

  • 6. So the "Thomistic" view is that goods and law are prior to subjective passive rights; in some other accounts of subjective passive rights, goods and rights prior to law.

    Archive 2008-05-18

  • What's more, saying that Grant likely has a shallow understanding of Thomistic philosophy is hardly a sarcastic comment, or even derogatory.

    An Amazing First Century

  • Whether the Postmodern version of science will be as fruitful as either Newtonian-Cartesian science or Aristotelian-Thomistic science remains to be seen.

    August 10th, 2009

  • (The Modern account of nature) And a curious paper by Wolfgang Schmidt, who contends that the paradoxes of quantum theory are due entirely to the Cartesian metaphysic adopted by the Moderns: "From Schroedinger's Cat to Thomistic Ontology."

    August 10th, 2009

  • I had a supposition, since he bills his blog as "Just Thomism" that his conceptions were basically Aristotelian-Thomistic.

    February 12th, 2009

  • Most of the faithful who study TOB may fail to realize that this is simply classical Thomistic psychology carried on the vocabulary of personalism.

    Christopher West: "I never said Hugh Hefner is a hero, never..."


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