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Elements of Christian philosophy

Author: Etienne Gilson
Publisher: Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, Catholic Textbook Division, 1960.
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The theological method of St. Thomas Aquinas considered as the cornerstone of Christian philosophy, by a contemporary French Roman Catholic philosopher.
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Genre/Form: History
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Gilson, Etienne, 1884-1978.
Elements of Christian philosophy.
Garden City, N.Y., Doubleday, Catholic Textbook Division [1960]
(OCoLC)647115701
Named Person: Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Thomas, d'Aquin saint; Thomas, Aquinas Saint
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Etienne Gilson
OCLC Number: 179467
Description: 358 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Part I. Revelation and the Christian teacher. 1. The teacher of Christian truth ---
2. Sacred doctrine ----
Part II. God. 3. The existence of God ---
4. Metaphysics approaches to the knowledge of God ---
5. The essence of God ----
Part III. Being. 6. God and the transcendentals ---
7. Being and creation ---
8. Being and casuality ----
Part IV. Man. 9. The human soul ---
10. Man and knowledge ---
11. Man and will ---
12. Man and society ------
NOTES TO THE TEXT. Part I. 1. The teacher of Christian truth ---
2. Sacred doctrine ----
Part II. 3. The existence of God ---
4. Metaphysics approaches to the knowledge of God ---
5. The essence of God ----
Part III. 6. God and the transcendentals ---
7. Being and creation ---
8. Being and casuality ----
Part IV. 9. The human soul ---
10. Man and knowledge ---
11. Man and will ---
12. Man and society.
Other Titles: Christian philosophy
Responsibility: by Etienne Gilson.

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The theological method of St. Thomas Aquinas considered as the cornerstone of Christian philosophy, by a contemporary French Roman Catholic philosopher.

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