More than 4,200 entries, this volume provides an indispensable tool for those interested in Thomistic philosophy and its future development. Entries are arranged by different languages for ease of reference.
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Although Aquinas is not necessarily the most popular philosopher these days, this bibliography shows that there is continuing interest in his thought. The most important questions regarding a bibliography--How complete is it? How easy is it to use? What does it tell you about the contents of the books/articles listed?--are easily answered here. This reference contains more than 4200 entries, limited to Aquinas's philosophical work but including writings on his theology where appropriate. It includes primary sources, books, and articles in all languages, congresses, special collections, unpublished papers, and American dissertations. Some entries are annotated with the author's abstract or reference to reviews. Five special indexes make it easy to find entries of interest. The titles are grouped by language, which some readers may find helpful, though this reviewer did not. Overall, this tool will be highly valued by anyone doing Thomistic studies.
- Augustine J. Curley, Newark Abbey, N.J.
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"Will be highly valued by anyone doing Thomistic studies' -- Library Journal
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