Re: [thomism] Request Help re: Thomistic Terminology
MessageI have been saving up the pennies for this one for a while but it is available from a couple of print -on-demand companies, details below.http://www.alibris.com/search/detail.cfm?BID=8094483604&pwork=0&siteID=5Nv03vHgBCI-JM8VI9oq6bROM5ZsoOIVYwHope this is of some help.Fr John----- Original Message -----From: Darryl A. J. StaflundSent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 11:34 PMSubject: RE: [thomism] Request Help re: Thomistic TerminologyYep. If you can locate the following, you'll be in possession of an excellent resource:Deferrari, Roy J., Barry, M. Inviolata A lexicon of St. Thomas Aquinas based on the Summa theologica and selected passages of his other works Catholic Univ. of America Press, Washington 1948
Manageable Latin-English dictionary. Also available as pocket edition (St.Paul Editions 1986)Cheers,Darryl-----Original Message-----Hi,
From: Tom [mailto:subtlemd@...]
Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2004 4:15 PM
Subject: [thomism] Request Help re: Thomistic Terminology
Does anyone know of a "dictionary of terms" that can be used as a
companion while reading the works of Aquinas?