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De homine Studia hodiernae anthropologiae by Congressus Thomisticus Internationalis 1970 Rome, Italy).

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Published by Officium libri catholici in Romae .
Written in English


  • Philosophical anthropology -- Congresses.,
  • Neo-Scholasticism

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Edition Notes

Statement(Acta VII Congressus Thomistici Internationalis).
SeriesBibliotheca Pontificiae Academiae Romanae S. Thomae Aquinatis -- 8-9
LC ClassificationsBD450 .C625 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17010677M

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In his book (2 volumes), De Homine, he reflects on the physical and philosophic aspects of human nature and his main concern if the well-being of man. The first volume reflects on the external aspects of the human body whereas the second discusses the nature of some diseases and the internal aspects of the human organism. Get this from a library! Disputatio de homine. [Martin Luther; Gerhard Ebeling] -- Includes the text of Luther's 'Disputatio de homine' () in Latin and German. Preview this book» What people are LAT-DE HOMINE Rene Descartes, Florentius Schuyl, Pieter Fl Leffen No preview available -   A reprint of the Doubleday edition. Contains the most helpful version of Hobbes's political and moral philosophy available in English. Includes the only English translation of De Homine, chapters X-XV. Features the English translation of De Cive attributed to : Thomas Hobbes.

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Homo unius libri ("(a) man of one book") is a Latin phrase attributed to Thomas Aquinas in a literary tradition going back to at least the 17th century, bishop Jeremy Taylor (–) being the earliest known writer in English to have done so. Saint Thomas Aquinas is reputed to have employed the phrase "hominem unius libri timeo" (meaning "I fear the man of a single book"). De Fide. William Lane Craig’s ‘Reasonable Faith’ is an unashamedly apologetic book. Craig exemplifies, no, defines the word ‘apologist’. As such, the raison d’être for this work is to arm the educated Christian with the tools with which to defend their faith.   The best (and in the case of De Homine) the only translation out there Published by User, 11 years ago As far as I know, this is only translation of De Homine (Man) out there, while the translation of De Cive (Citizen) Cited by: The first version was a Latin translation (De homine) by Florentius Schuyl in , the second the now better known 'original' French version (Traité de l'homme) edited by Descartes's self-appointed literary executor Claude Clerselier in