Why a philosopher can and should read St. Thomas Aquinas
I begin by explaining how Aquinas understands the task of the theologian so that theology necessarily includes much philosophy. I then present two philosophical theses from Aquinas and describe their relevance for contemporary discussion to the contrary: first, Aquinas' immediate and direct realism of sensation versus the priority of consciousness since the critical turn and, second, Aquinas' view of the thing's existence as a unique kind of act or attribute of the thing versus the contemporary fact-view of what is meant by the thing's existence.
How to Cite
Knasas, J. F. X. (2004). Why a philosopher can and should read St. Thomas Aquinas. Verbum – Analecta Neolatina, 6(1), 25–37. Retrieved from https://verbum-analectaneolatina.hu/index.php/verbum/article/view/189