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The Thomist Tradition by Brian J. Shanley


The Thomist Tradition by Brian J. Shanley

This volume provides the first comprehensive treatment of the central topics in the contemporary philosophy of religion from a Thomist point of view. It focuses on central themes, including religious knowledge, language, science, evil, morality, human nature, God and religious diversity. It should prove valuable to students and faculty in philosophy of religion and theology, who are looking for an introduction to the Thomist tradition.

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Publication date

5th December 2010


Brian J. Shanley

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240 pages


Philosophy of religion
Religion: general
Western philosophy, from c 1900 -
Western philosophy: Medieval & Renaissance, c 500 to c 1600
History of Western philosophy



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