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Aquinas Reading Group

Thomas Aquinas Reading Group | Lent Term 2017

Thomas Aquinas on the Incarnation

An informal graduate and post-graduate group for anyone who likes to read Thomas Aquinas and think through aspects of his thought.

This term, we will read parts of the third part of the Summa Theologiae, particularly focussing on the Incarnation.

 

25 January 2017*    ST III, q. 1 & 2

8 February 2017      ST III, q. 16 & 17

22 February 2017    ST III, q. 18; 21-22

8 March 2017          ST III, q. 24-26 

 

Wednesdays  |  8pm  |  Pembroke College, Room J2*
*except for 25 January, when the group meets in the Christopher Smart Room

 

The Summa Theologiae is available online in the 1920s translation from the English Dominican Province (http://dhspriory.org/thomas/summa/FS.html). Their more recent translation was published by Eyre and Spottiswoode, and republished by Cambridge University Press. It is still in copyright and not online.

 

Dr Jacob Sherman (Emmanuel, jps68@cam.ac.uk)
Silvianne Aspray (Pembroke, sb952@cam.ac.uk)

 

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