The Specification of Human Actions in St. Thomas Aquinas

Oxford University Press (2006)
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Human actions can be identified by species, such as murder, theft, or almsgiving. But how does one determine to which kind an action belongs? Joseph Pilsner explores Thomas Aquinas's answer to this philosophical question
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Call number B765.T54.P567 2006
ISBN(s) 0199286051   9780199286058  
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