Philosophy for busy people. Listen to a succinct account of the philosophy of Aquinas in just one hour.Thomas Aquinas remains the unacknowledged maestro of Scholasticism - the static, cumulative philosophy of the medieval period. More a method of learning than pure theology, Aquinas' Scholasticism saw the careful synthesis of Christian doctrine with Greek rationalism - an amalgamation that came to define Catholic philosophy.
Aquinas' influence stretches far across the western world; much modern philosophy has been conceived as either a reaction against, or in accordance with, his original ideas.
This audiobook showcases an account of Thomas Aquinas's life and philosophical ideas - entertainingly written and is above all easy listening. Also included are selections from Thomas Aquinas' work, suggested further reading, and chronologies that place Aquinas in the context of the broader scheme of philosophy.
©2012 Paul Strathern (P)2013 HarperCollins Limited
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It is a very well written and informative introduction to the life and the work of Thomas Aquinas.
I recommend this to students of philosophy as an elementary introduction to Aquinas' philosophy.
The text rich and the narrator's performance is exceptional.
If there was more actual philosophy of Thomas Aquinas instead of the history around him and the author's opinion about everything.
No, because I don't think this is representative for the genre.
The narration was excellent.
The author seems to be quite biased: he continuously makes unfounded subjective comments that give the impression that Christianity is something of a joke.
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