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Voici les articles du fascicule n°4 du tome VIII de la Revue Thomiste (publiés en 2007).

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  • Abstract

    The object of lively controversies during the 20th century, the
    conception that St. Thomas Aquinas had of the best regime is one of the
    important loci of his political thought. The rediscovery and assimilation of
    Aristotle’s Politics lead him to advocate a solution — the mixed regime — that
    announces in many respects the political regimes of the modern era. In doing
    this, he gave a fresh start to the political reflection that would not cease to be
    deployed in the course of the following centuries.

  • Page number (beginning) 561
  • Page number (end) 590
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    The Dominican John Cabrol (Capreolus) and the secular master
    John Le Tourneur (Versor) are practically the only witnesses of the
    Thomistic tradition in Paris during the 15th century. Each one of them participates
    in a neo-Scholastic project destined to overcome the misguided ways
    of the 14th century through a return to an Aristotelian philosophy open to
    the faith. With Cabrol, this project is clearly Thomistic. With Le Tourneur,
    Aristotelianism takes precedence over Thomistic specificity, even if he usually
    comes over to the theses of Thomas Aquinas — rather than those of Albert
    the Great. Each one of them witnesses to a moment in the historical transition
    where the Thomistic tradition begins to constitute itself as a school properly
    called.

  • Page number (beginning) 625
  • Page number (end) 654
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    Curiously, the doctrine of saint Bonaventure concerning the attributes
    of the divine being has not drawn the attention of the scholars insofar
    as they basically agree that there is no equivalent of a De Deo uno for the
    Seraphic Doctor. The purpose of the present paper is to challenge this commonly
    accepted paradigm by a reading of his Disputed Questions on the mystery
    of the Trinity. These questions discuss, among other issues, the existence of
    God and his attributes. While pointing to the originality of the Bonaventurean
    synthesis marked by the notion of primitas, this study underlines also many
    points of convergence with Aquinas’ treatise of the divine esse (Ia, q. 2-11).

  • Page number (beginning) 591
  • Page number (end) 624
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    Faced with the errors of creationism and rationalism, this article
    strikes a path which, in recognizing the merits of the theory of evolution,
    shows how the question of sense is formulated. In order to accomplish this,
    one must have a discerning use of the notion of causality, in particular to
    recognize the transcendence of God — which the Intelligent Design movement
    does not do.

  • Page number (beginning) 531
  • Page number (end) 560
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