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Categorization in Aquinas: The Categories of Being in the Light of… (2005)

by Theodore A. Faulders

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This slim volume (PhD dissertation) introduces the reader to the basic concepts of Aquinas' early work on the subject of Being. Things in themselves have a logical ordering following Substance & Accident, Form & Matter. Aquinas initiates the work there but moves beyond that with considerations from the Metaphysics of Aristotle. Faulders uses Aquinas' methodology in the text as a sampling to teach basic logical concepts to university students. ( )
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