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The political thought of Thomas Aquinas.


[Chicago] University of Chicago Press [1958] .
ISBN 0226293637, 9780226293639

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Subjects Political and social views.
Political science -- History.
Political science.
Politique mondiale.
Politische Philosophie
Politische Philosophie.
Politische Theologie
Thomas (von Aquin)
Thomas de Aquino, 1225-1274
Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274 -- Political and social views.
Thomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274.
Thomas, d'Aquin, saint, 1225?-1274.
Description 357 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1958]
Notes London edition (Longmans, Green) has title: Principality and polity.
Contents Part One. Influences at Work -- Chapter I. Theologians -- 1. Bible as mundane guide -- 2. Theology of natural law -- Chapter II. Jurists -- 1. Canonists -- 2. Civilians -- Chapter III. Landed men and wanderers -- 1. The social scene -- 2. Order of preachers -- Chapter IV. Philosophers -- 1. New naturalism -- 2. Aristotle from the Arabic and Greek -- Part Two. Development in St. Thomas -- Chapter V. The advance from the Theologians -- 1. Law in nature -- 2. Concept of law -- 3. Types of law -- 4. Jus Gentium -- 5. Dominion a natural condition -- Chapter VI. A draft for the jurists -- 1. Law-making as art -- 2. Limits to legalism -- 3. Legality and politics -- 4. Legal supremacy -- Chapter VII. Citizenship and Eccentricity -- 1. Justice within the official community -- 2. Private and public -- 3. Individual and social justice -- 4. Politics and morals -- 5. Personal and common good -- 6. Corporate group -- 7. State personality -- 8. A on terminology -- Chapter VIII. Reception of Aristotle -- 1. Commentaries on the Ethics and Politics -- 2. Brief Neo-Hellenism -- 3. Political method -- 4. Polity -- 5. Political equity -- Conclusion. Political Discourse -- 1. Historical effect -- 2. Three social phases -- 3. Summary.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)497264
(OCoLC)ocm00497264
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Gilby, Thomas, 1902-1975.
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