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Brian Davies is Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University.
Eleonore Stump is Robert J. Henle Professor of Philosophy at Saint Louis University.
Table of Contents
List of Contributors
Introduction, Brian Davies and Eleonore Stump
Part I - Historical Background
1. Life and Works, Jean-Pierre Torrell, O.P.
2. Aquinas and Aristotle, James Doig
3. Augustine to Aquinas (Latin-Christian Authors), Alexander Fidora
4. Aquinas, Plato, and Neo-Platonism, Wayne J. Hankey
5. Aquinas and Jewish and Islamic Authors, David B. Burrell, C.S.C.
Part II - Metaphysics and the Existence of God
6. Being, John F. Wippel
7. Matter, Form, and Individuation, Jeffrey E. Brower
8. Causation, Michael Rota
9. The Five Ways, Timothy Pawl
Part III - The Divine Nature
10. God's Simplicity, Eleonore Stump
11. God's Goodness, Ludger Honnefelder
12. God's Knowledge and Will, James Brent, O.P.
13. God's Impassibility, Immutability, and Eternality, Brian Leftow
14. God's Omnipotence, Brian Leftow
Part IV - Ethics and Action Theory
15. Human Freedom and Agency, Thomas Williams
16. Emotions, Peter King
17. Happiness, Brian Davies
18. Law and Natural Law, Michael Baur
19. Conscience and Synderesis, Tobias Hoffman
20. Virtues and Vices, Jean Porter
21. Practical Reasoning, Thomas M. Osborne, Jr.
22. The Theological Virtues, Joseph Wawrykow
Part V - Epistemology and Philosophy of Mind
23. Human Knowledge, Martin Pickavé
24. Intellectual Virtues, Tobias Hoffman
25. The Relation of Reason to Faith, Bruno Niederbacher, S.J.
26. Philosophy of Mind and Human Nature, Robert Pasnau
Part VI - Theory of Language
27. Theory of Language, Gyula Klima
28. The Limits of Language and the Notion of Analogy, Brian Davies
Part VII - Philosophical Theology
29. Providence and the Problem of Evil, Eleonore Stump
30. The Trinity, Gilles Emery
31. Incarnation, Michael Gorman
32. The Saving Work of Christ, Rik Van Nieuwenhove
33. Sacraments, Dominic Holtz, O.P.
34. Resurrection and the Separated Soul, Eleonore Stump
35. Prayer, Brian Davies
36. The Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit, Andrew Pinsent
Part VIII - Aquinas's Intellectual Progress and the Influence of his Thinking
37. The Development of Aquinas's Thought, Giorgio Pini
38. The Influence of Aquinas, Christopher Upham
Chronological List of Aquinas's Writings
Editions and Translations