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suma theologica

philo students, i managed to download st thomas aquinas’ suma theologica. but its in text form. you can browse through this.

suma theologica part 1 and 2

third part to follow. its long, i know. i said browse. and choose one topic that you want to read on. if you read that way, then its short.

see you in class.

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2 comments on “suma theologica

  1. Mary^_^
    January 14, 2010

    whoooaa it was a nose bleed suma theologica’s objections are insane
    HAHAHAH,,,IT WAS REALLY OUT OF MY SCHEMATA hhahah
    thanks for a big challenge madam.

    Hope to be able to submit your homework!hahah
    I am suppose to think philosophically!
    tc.

  2. portiaplacino
    January 14, 2010

    you can do this dear.
    see they object, st. thomas aquinas replies.
    and now you have a chance to reply back and make your own conclusions!

    see you in class.

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