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The Oxford Handbook of the Reception of Aquinas

Matthew Levering (Redaktør) ; Marcus Plested (Redaktør)

The Oxford Handbook of the Reception of Aquinas provides a comprehensive survey of Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant philosophical and theological reception of Thomas Aquinas over the past 750 years.This Handbook will serve as a necessary primer for everyone who wishes to study Aquinas's thought and/or the history of theology and philosophy since Aquinas's day. Les mer
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The Oxford Handbook of the Reception of Aquinas provides a comprehensive survey of Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant philosophical and theological reception of Thomas Aquinas over the past 750 years.This Handbook will serve as a necessary primer for everyone who wishes to study Aquinas's thought and/or the history of theology and philosophy since Aquinas's day. Part I considers the late-medieval receptions of Aquinas among Catholics and Orthodox.
Part II examines sixteenth-century Western receptions of Aquinas (Protestant and Catholic), followed by a chapter on sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Orthodox reception. Part III discusses seventeenth-century Protestant and Catholic receptions, and Part IV surveys eighteenth- and nineteenth-century receptions
(Protestant, Orthodox, and Catholic). Part V focuses on the twentieth century and takes into account the diversity of theological movements in the past century as well as extensive philosophical treatment. The final section unpicks contemporary systematic approaches to Aquinas, covering the main philosophical and theological themes for which he is best known. With chapters written by a wide range of experts in their respective fields, this volume provides a valuable touchstone regarding the
developments that have marked the past seven centuries of Christian theology.

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List of Contributors
Matthew Levering and Marcus Plested: Introduction
1: Jean-Pierre Torrell: Saint Thomas and His SourcesDS
Part I. Medieval Receptions
2: Corey L. Barnes: Thirteenth-Century Engagements with Thomas Aquinas
3: Ioannis Polemis: Thomas Aquinas>' Reception in Fourteenth-Century Byzantium
4: Richard Cross: Duns Scotus and William of Ockham
5: Isabel Iribaren: Fourteenth-Century Western Reception of Aquinas in Meister Eckhart, Hervaeus Natalis, and Durandus of St-Pourcain
6: Pantelis Golitsis: Fifteenth-Century Eastern Reception of Aquinas
7: Efrem Jindracek, O.P.: The Western Reception of Aquinas in the Fifteenth Century
Part II. Reformation and Counter-Reformation Receptions
8: David Luy: Sixteenth-Century Reception of Aquinas by Luther and Lutheran Reformers
9: David S. Sytsma: Sixteenth-Century Reformed Reception of Aquinas
10: Cajetan Cuddy, O.P.: Sixteenth-Century Reception of Aquinas by Cajetan
11: Romanus Cessario, O.P.: Sixteenth-Century Reception of Aquinas by the Council of Trent and Its Main Authors
12: David M. Lantigua: Aquinas and the Emergence of Moral Theology during the Spanish Renaissance
13: Klaus-Peter Todt: Sixteenth- and Seventeenth-Century Reception of Aquinas in the East
Part III. Baroque Receptions
14: Carl R. Trueman: The Reception of Thomas Aquinas in Seventeenth-Century Reformed Orthodoxy and Anglicanism
15: Benjamin T. G. Mayes: Seventeenth-Century Lutheran Reception of Aquinas
16: Matthew T. Gaetano: The Catholic Reception of Aquinas in the De Auxiliis Controversy
17: Charles Robertson: Seventeenth-Century Catholic Reception Outside the De Auxiliis Controversy
Part IV. Modern Receptions
18: Reginald M. Lynch, O.P.: Eighteenth-Century Catholic Reception of Aquinas
19: Vassa Kontouma: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Greek Reception of Aquinas
20: Kirill Karpov: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Russian Reception of Aquinas
21: Steven J. Duby: Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century Reformed, Anglican, Lutheran Reception of Aquinas
22: Thomas Marschler: Nineteenth-Century Catholic Reception of Aquinas
Part V. Early Twentieth-Century Receptions
23: Bernard N. Schumacher: The Reception of Thomas Aquinas by Neo-Scholastic Philosophers in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
24: Roger W. Nutt: The Reception of Aquinas in Early Twentieth-Century Catholic Neo-Scholastic and Historical Theologians
25: Stephen M. Fields, SJ: The Reception of Aquinas in Twentieth-Century Transcendental Thomism
26: Adam G. Cooper: Reception of Aquinas in Nouvelle Theologie
27: Marcus Plested: Twentieth-Century Orthodox Reception of Aquinas
28: James Eglinton: Thomas in Abraham>'s Bosom: The Reception of Aquinas in Kuyper>'s Encyclopedie der Heilige Godgeleerdheid
29: Kenneth Oakes: Karl Barth>'s Reception of Thomas Aquinas
Part VI. Late Twentieth-Century Receptions
30: Christopher Kaczor: The Reception of Thomas Aquinas in Moral Theology and Moral Philosophy in the Late Twentieth Century
31: Anna Bonta Moreland: The Reception of Aquinas in Postliberal, Grammatical, and Historical Theology
32: John Haldane: Late Twentieth-Century Reception of Aquinas in Analytical Philosophy
Part VII. Contemporary Receptions of Aquinas: Philosophy
33: Michael J. Dodds, O.P.: Philosophy of Nature/Science
34: Angela Knobel: Insoluble Questions?
35: Gyula Klima: Aquinas>' Reception in Contemporary Metaphysics
36: Therese Scarpelli Cory: The Distinctive Unity of the Human Being in Aquinas
37: David VanDrunen: The Contemporary Reception of Aquinas on the Natural Knowledge of God
38: Michael Pakaluk: The Contemporary Reception of St. Thomas on Law and Politics
Part VIII. Contemporary Receptions of Aquinas: Theology
39: Gilles Emery, O.P.: God the Trinity
40: Rudi A. te Velde: Creation, Fall, and Providence
41: Daria Spezzano: Aquinas on Nature, Grace, and the Moral Life
42: Simon Francis Gaine, O.P.: Jesus Christ
43: Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P.: Receiving Aquinas>' Sacramental Theology Today
44: Paul O>'Callaghan: Reception of Thomas Aquinas in the area of Eschatology

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Matthew Levering holds the James N. and Mary D. Perry Jr. Chair of Theology at Mundelein Seminary, where he directs the Center for Scriptural Exegesis, Philosophy, and Doctrine.

Marcus Plested is Professor of Greek Patristic and Byzantine Theology and De Lubac Chair at Marquette University.