St. Thomas Aquinas

The political ideas of St Thomas Aquinas

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En Anglais – St. Thomas Aquinas, the chief spokesman of medieval scholasticism, was born at Aquino, a tiny place near Naples and from the name of the place he received the title Aquinas. But he is better known as Thomas and his thought is known to us as Thomism. He belonged to an aristocratic Italian family which had connections with European kings and emperors. In order to be a church father and to devote his life to the cause of Christianity and study he surrendered his title “Count.” He joined the Dominican Order at the age of nineteen and for this purpose he had to fight his family. He studied in Naples, Cologne and Paris and in the last mentioned place he delivered several lectures on philosophy and theology. At the age of forty- eight he died.

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