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First Things on AQUINAS


Ryan Anderson kindly reviews Aquinas: A Beginner’s Guide in the May 2010 issue of First Things. From the review: “Do not let the subtitle deter you. While Aquinas is ‘a beginner’s guide,’ it is rigorous and accessible philosophy at its best. Even seasoned Thomists will benefit from Edward Feser’s analytic precision in interpreting and presenting Thomas’ philosophy. Placing Thomas in conversation with modern thinkers, Feser explains how so many worthies have gotten Thomas wrong and thus done battle with a straw man. More than this, Feser shows how, even on a host of contemporary debates, Thomas provides the most intellectually satisfying ways forward… Long have I searched for a book to recommend to colleagues, friends, and students to introduce them to the basics of Aquinas’s philosophy; I search no longer.”

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Comments (3)

I'm about halfway through my copy, which I bought last week. Good stuff. Bought it on the strength of the FT review. Just finished the explanation of the Second Way, which I almost think I understand now.

I agree with Ryan Anderson's review. I just wish I'd been the reviewer myself. But he got the gig before I realized it was there to be had!

Thank you, Gary and Mike! Very kind.

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