Pieper writes the following: The purpose of these lectures is to sketch, against the background of his times and his life, a portrait of Thomas Aquinas as he truly concerns philosophical-minded person today, not merely as a historical personage but as a thinker who has something to say to our own era. I earnestly hope that the speculative attitude which was Thomas' most salient trait as Christianity's 'universal teacher' will emerge clearly and sharply from my exposition. Ignatius Press, 182 pages. Paperback.
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