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Title: Early Thomistic controversies
Authors: Vella, A.
Keywords: Saint Thomas Christians
Dominicans -- Manuscripts
Theology, Doctrinal
Philosophy and religion
Issue Date: 1950-07
Publisher: The Royal University Students' Theological Association
Citation: Vella, A. (1950). Early Thomistic controversies. Melita Theologica, 3(2), 57-74.
Abstract: During the life and after the death of St Thomas Aquinas Thomism had provoked many theologians whose ideas were directly opposed to those of the Dominican Master. The teaching of Aquinas was considered by them to be prejudicial to the teaching of the Fathers of the Church for in many important theological and philosophical questions St Thomas made great use of the Philosophers especially of Aristotle.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 03, Issue 2 - 1950
MT - Volume 03, Issue 2 - 1950

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