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Published in Springfield, Ill., Templegate [n.d.] .
Written in English


  • Thomas, -- Aquinas, Saint, -- 1225?-1274 -- Philosophy,
  • Scholasticism.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementTranslated by Godfrey Anstruther.
The Physical Object
Pagination254 p. ;
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21556025M

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The moral perspective, as it has been expounded so far, is the perspective of a eudaimonistic ethics. An ethics is eudaimonistic when it holds striving for happiness to be constitutive in the determination of what is good and right for man. A eudaimonistic ethics considers a rightly understood drive for happiness to be the key to a good and successful life, without simply deriving this. Rhonheimer here presents a significant new resource for moral philosophy, The Perspective of Morality. The appearance of this book represents an epoch for the reception of Rhonheimer in the English-speaking world; readers now have access to a systematic argument for his efforts to advance an Aristotelian-Thomistic virtue ethics for the twenty. Without adopting it one cannot fully embrace Thomistic arguments. Of course, the debate which one is true – nominalism or realism has had a long and exuberant history. Our goal here is not to convince the Reader of the trueness of Thomistic realism. This would require another good size book. We just indicate its importance. It is a gate. Foundations of Thomistic Philosophy - A.G. Sertillanges, O.P. -Buy this book (Out of Print)-About the Author (wikipedia) "Outside God and ourselves, an idea is a thing, while a thing, in us and in God, is an idea. At this stage, this will serve as a reasonably accurate resume of Thomism" I'm wondering if you read the whole book. Reply.