Thomas Aquinas's Summa theologiae : a guide and commentary /
|Author / Creator:||Davies, Brian, 1951- author.|
|Imprint:||New York : Oxford University Press, 2014.|
|Description:||1 online resource (xv, 454 pages)|
|Subject:||Thomas, -- Aquinas, Saint, -- 1225?-1274. -- Summa theologica.|
Catholic Church -- Doctrines.
Summa theologica (Thomas, Aquinas, Saint)
RELIGION -- Christian Theology -- Systematic.
RELIGION -- Christianity -- General.
|URL for this record:||http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/11675667|
Table of Contents:
- Cover; Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae: A Guide and Commentary; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae; 1: Setting the Summa Theologiae; 1.1 Aquinas Himself; 1.1.1 Early Years; 1.1.2 Naples to Paris; 1.1.3 Later Years; 1.2 The Summa Theologiae; 1.2.1 Why Did Aquinas Write the Summa Theologiae?; 1.2.2 Aquinas and Dominicans Trying to Study; 1.2.3 Leonard Boyle on the Origins of the Summa Theologiae; 1.2.4 The Summa Theologiae as a Work of Theology; 1.2.5 The Summa Theologiae and Philosophy; 2: Sacred Teaching (1a,1).
- 2.1 The Need for Sacra Doctrina (1a,1,1)2.2 Sacra Doctrina as Scientia (1a,1,1-7); 2.3 Argument and Language in Sacra Doctrina (1a,1,8-10); 3: Knowing That God Exists (1a,1,2); 3.1 Per se Notum (1a,2,1); 3.2 Demonstrating That God Exists (1a,2,2-3); 3.3 Arguing for God Causally (1a,2,3); 3.4 The Five Ways; 3.4.1 The Ways as a Whole; 3.4.2 The First Way; 3.4.3 The Second Way; 3.4.4 The Third Way; 3.4.5 The Fourth Way; 3.4.6 The Fifth Way; 3.5 Critical Responses to the Five Ways; 4: The Divine Nature: Part 1 (1a,3-13); 4.1 Divine Simplicity (1a,3); 4.2 God's Perfection and Goodness (1a,4-6).
- 4.3 God as Limitless and as Existing in All Things (1a,7-8)4.4 God, Change, and Eternity (1a,9-10); 4.5 God as One (1a,11); 4.6 Knowing God (1a,12); 4.7 De Nominibus Dei (1a,13); 4.7.1 1a,13: The Big Picture; 4.7.2 1a,13: Some Details; 5: The Divine Nature: Part 2 (1a,14-26); 5.1 God's Knowledge (1a,14); 5.2 God's Ideas (1a,15); 5.3 Truth and Falsity (1a,16-17); 5.4 God as Alive (1a,18); 5.5 God's Will and Providence (1a,19); 5.6 Love in God (1a,20); 5.7 Justice, Mercy, and Providence (1a,21-24); 5.8 God's Power and Beatitude (1a,25-26); 6: The Divine Trinity (1a,27-43).
- 6.1 Reason and the Trinity (1a,32,1)6.2 Processions (1a,27); 6.3 Relations (1a,28); 6.4 Persons (1a,29-30); 6.5 Father, Son, and Spirit (1a,33-43); 1. God the Father is the "principle" (principium) of God the Son and God the Holy Spirit (1a,33,1); 2. The word "father" as applied to God the Father does not imply reference to creatures (1a,33,3); 3. God the Father knows all creatures while generating God the Son (1a,34,3); 4. God the Holy Spirit proceeds from God the Father and God the Son (1a,36,2); 5. God the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father through the Son (1a,36,3).
- 6. God the Son and God the Holy Spirit can be thought of as sent (1a,43)6.6 Some Concluding Points Concerning 1a,27-43; 7: Creation, Good, and Evil (1a,44-49); 7.1 God as Cause (1a,44,1-4); 7.2 Creation (1a,45); 7.3 The Beginning of Creatures (1a,46); 7.4 Distinctions in Creation (1a,47); 7.5 Evil (1a,48-49); 8: Angels and the Days of Creation (1a,50-74); 8.1 Angels (1a,50-64); 8.2 The Days of Creation (1a,65-74); 9: Human Beings and Divine Government (1a,75-119); 9.1 Soul and Body (1a,75-76); 9.2 Human Abilities (1a,77-79); 9.3 Reason and Will (1a,79-83).