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Cajetan Commentary on Being and Essence

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Contents crisp clean and tightly bound. Some minor spots to top of block and small pencil mark to bottom of block some minor edgewear, scuffs and stains to blue card cover.

Very good approaching fine.

Cajetan was a Theologian, Philosopher and master general of the Dominican order, and a counselor of popes who lived during the Lutheran revolt. He wrote extensively about theology, philosophy and exegesis.As a philosopher and logician, Cajetan defended the idea of analogy. Commentary on being and essence represents Cajetan's  thoughts on Thomism and the works of Thomas Aquinatis. Part of the Medieval Philosophical Texts in Translation series, No 14.

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Author(s):
Cajetan, translation and intro by Kendzierski, Lottie and Wade, Francis
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
229 x 151 mm
Edition:
1964
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
355
Publisher:
Milwakee university press

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Contents crisp clean and tightly bound. Some minor spots to top of block and small pencil mark to bottom of block some minor edgewear, scuffs and stains to blue card cover.

Very good approaching fine.

Cajetan was a Theologian, Philosopher and master general of the Dominican order, and a counselor of popes who lived during the Lutheran revolt. He wrote extensively about theology, philosophy and exegesis.As a philosopher and logician, Cajetan defended the idea of analogy. Commentary on being and essence represents Cajetan's  thoughts on Thomism and the works of Thomas Aquinatis. Part of the Medieval Philosophical Texts in Translation series, No 14.

Author(s):
Cajetan, translation and intro by Kendzierski, Lottie and Wade, Francis
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
229 x 151 mm
Edition:
1964
Format:
Paperback
Number of pages:
355
Publisher:
Milwakee university press

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