Basic Writings st Thomas Aquinas

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But in contrary to the common misconception, medieval philosophers were not only dealing with questions such as how many angels can stand on the head of a pin nor completely ignored the works of Greco-Roman philosophers. Almsgiving is of course useful for a cooperative species trying to maintain diversity and coherence. To his mother�s great displeasure, he became entrenched in a new Persian religion called Manichaeism and then joined a group of Neoplatonists. Thomas Aquinas on the Nature and Powers of the Human Soul. 28.

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