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By Stephen J. Loughlin / T&T Clark / 2010
This reader’s guide to the Summa Theologica describes the context Aquinas’ compendium of Catholic theology emerged in, and seeks to guide the reader to an understanding as close to Aquinas’ originally meaning as possible. Loughlin also chronicles the history of how the Summa Theologica has been received, and the influence it has had through the centuries.
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. . . a thorough guide through the hermeneutic conflict that surround the Summa, all of which is rigorously attested in the footnotes . . . a considerable achievement.
—The Expository Times
Stephen J. Loughlin is associate professor of philosophy at DeSales University, and coordinator of the Aquinas Translation Project.