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  • Thomism ‎(uncountable) (philosophy, theology) The philosophy and theology of Thomas Aquinas. neo-Thomism the philosophy and theology of Thomas Aquinas
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  • Platonist Franciscans led by Duns Scotus, who supported Gabirol, and the Aristotelian Dominicans led by St. Albertus Magnus and St. Thomas Aquinas.WP
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  • empirei) The ultimate region of heaven, the seat of God (according to Thomas Aquinas empireo m ‎(feminine singular empirea, masculine plural empirei, feminine
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  • philosopher who specializes in the scholarly study of metaphysics. Thomas Aquinas was a notable metaphysician. Professor Jones is an eminent metaphysician;
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  • Aquinas +‎ -ian Aquinian ‎(comparative more Aquinian, superlative most Aquinian) (theology) Of or pertaining to Thomas Aquinas (circa 1225-1274), Italian
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  • seven deadly sins pl ‎(plural only) The cardinal sins enumerated by Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century - pride/vanity, envy, gluttony, greed/avarice, lust
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  • white, brown, sanguine, and black. pale, fair, gray, hoary p. 1250, Thomas Aquinas, De ente et essentia […] et sic de ipsa aliquid praedicatur per accidens
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  • recommend to the reader his real interest. 1928, Richard McKeon, "Thomas Aquinas' Doctrine of Knowledge and Its Historical Setting," Speculum, vol. 3
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  • to fear what you cannot avoid. A phrase generally attributed to Thomas Aquinas. Hominem unius libri timeo. I fear a man of a single book. 29 BCE
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  • principles which describe or explain all that is. The metaphysics of Thomas Aquinas holds that all real beings have both essence and existence. In Aristotelian
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  • ‎(feminine singular aquiniana, masculine plural aquinianos, feminine plural aquinianas, comparable) (theology) Aquinian (of or pertaining to Thomas Aquinas)
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  • horse (Late Latin) bowed (forwards) Veneremur cernui (Tantum Ergo, Thomas Aquinas) Let us venerate bowed First/second declension. cernuō “cernuus”
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  • outward appearance often contrasts with substance or essence (after Thomas Aquinas). A system of medicine based on belief that symptoms of disease are
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  • Mother of God, in both East and West led John of Damascus's admirer Thomas Aquinas to formalize a further refinement: the concept of an exceptional sort
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  • their quiet way the unwonted atmosphere of youth and happiness. 2008, Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica: On the other hand, it was not so well known among
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  • fault, fortunate fall, used in reference to the Fall of Man. 1265-1274. Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica, III, 1, 3, ad 3, O felix culpa! Traditional Latin
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  • whatnesses) (philosophy) Essence; quiddity. Quality; quantity. 1961, Thomas Aquinas, Commentary on the Metaphysics of Aristotle: Volume 2: For in one sense
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  • (which mediaeval astronomy believed to be unchanging). 1862, (St. Thomas Aquinas), Summa Theologica - Volume 1, ISBN 1593774958, page 78: Further, if
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  • (2012), ISBN 9780813136714, page 66: This element is also picked up by Thomas Aquinas (whose philosophy sometimes has a Watsonish quality in relation to Aristotle
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  • pertaining to any of several people named Thomas, especially the philosopher Thomas Aquinas. Thomasine A female given name, a feminine form of Thomas. Tamsin
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