Albert and Thomas: Selected Writings

  • Title: Albert and Thomas: Selected Writings
  • Author: Simon Tugwell Albert the Great Thomas Aquinas
  • ISBN: 9780809130221
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • Albert and Thomas Selected Writings Contains writings by two thirteenth century Dominicans both doctors of the church St Albert the Great patron saint of natural scientists and the common doctor St Thomas Aquinas
    Contains writings by two thirteenth century Dominicans, both doctors of the church, St Albert the Great 1200 1280 , patron saint of natural scientists, and the common doctor, St Thomas Aquinas 1226 1274 , both famous for their contributions to philosophy and theology.

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    1. I only read the first portion of this book dealing with Albert Magnus. Tugwell does a very fine job providing historical, biographical, and critical information about the author in a long introduction, and then offers a translation of Albert's commentary to the "Mystical Theology" of Pseudo-Dionysius. Tugwell's treatment was generally excellent, though I did wonder at the single-mindedness of his analysis of the Pseudo-Dionysian basis of Albert's thought, and would have benefited from a broader [...]

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    2. A good introduction to St Albertus Magnus and St Thomas Aquinas, two giants of Medieval ism and Western philosophy (not to mention Doctors of the Church). Only critique is that not enough weight was given to St Albertus, in contrast to the good deal of work presented from Aquinas. Considering that St Albertus is relatively unknown outside of Christian and philosophical circles, as well as his writings being mostly out of print, it would have been nice to read a bit more of his work, especially s [...]

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    3. I didn't finish it. Too dry.

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