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Aquinas' 'On The Eternity Of The World'
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A 9 page paper which evaluates 'On the Eternity of the World' by St. Thomas of Aquinas. This particular work of Aquinas's is described from the beginning in such a way that illustrates the many different notions that one may obtain in regards to the apparently simple statements that Aquinas makes. As the works are further discovered and discussed there are many issues which are more thoroughly detailed which brings the reader into a position where a much clearer understanding of the statements is attained. Throughout the evaluation of the work there are examinations which detail some of the weak and the strong points made by Aquinas. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Aquinet.wps

Are Dreams Meaningful ?
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This 3 page essay discusses whether or not dreams are meaningful. The writer draws heavily upon the thought of Thomas Aquinas to demonstrate that they are meaningful in terms of how their symbology relates to 'real life.' Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Dremean.wps

Notions of Existence, Change, Cambridge Change and the Philosophical Conclusions of Thomas Aquinas of 'Existence in the Sense of the True'
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A 5 page paper which examines how Thomas Aquinas justifies the assertion, 'Existence in the sense of the true.' Specifically considered are metaphysical proponents of existence, including change, real change and Cambridge change. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TGaquina.wps

St. Thomas Aquinas on Law, Morality, and Politics
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This 5 page report discusses the theories and philosophies of St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) with an emphasis on the differntiations he made regarding natural law and eternal law. The thought and writing of St. Thomas Aquinas reconciled religion with reason, expanded it towards experimental science, insisted that the senses were the windows of the soul and that the reason had a divine right to be presented with facts. He believed that natural law is fundamentally the rational creature’s participation in God’s eternal law. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: BWsttom.wps

St. Thomas Aquinas: Vague Definition Of Common Good, Justice And Virtue
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7 pages in length. St. Thomas Aquinas espoused his propensity towards good will, justice and virtue as being the primary components of one's journey on this earth. He cited myriad reasons why this is to be so, as well as postulated that those who do not follow such a patch of righteousness were not living up to their full spiritual potential. However, there exists debate as to whether or not the philosopher's vague definitions of common good, justice and virtue were nothing more than loopholes for his argument. What, then, did Aquinas mean? Was he not earnest in his conjecture? Indeed he was, and it is with great significance that his theories contributed to the historical study of humankind. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: TLCaquin.wps

The Ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas
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This 7 page paper delves into problems, presented by a student, concerning St. Thomas Aquinas's position on a variety of subjects. Kant plays a major role in the discussion. Other philosophers are mentioned and subjects broached include creationism, evolution, and man's reasoning abilities and limitations. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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The Views of Plato, Aristotle and Aquinas
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This 5 page paper compare the views of Plato, Aristotle and Aquinas as they relate to man's pursuit of the best life, the contrast between good and evil and the pursuit of knowledge of the divine. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: MHPlato5.wps

Thomas Aquinas' Concept of Happiness Analyzed
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This 12 page research paper examines the conception of happiness in human terms, according to Catholic theologian and philosopher, Thomas Aquinas. Specifically discussed are Aquinas' views on how what constituted happiness and how man could happily live life. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Aquihap.rtf


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