Monday, August 15, 2011

Deely on the Value of the Thought of John of St. Thomas, OP (Jean Poinsot)


"The standard histories of philosophy over the whole of the 20th century have tacitly agreed to give the impression that nothing of value or interest happened in the Latin tradition after the death of William of Ockham."

Link to Deely's "Introductory Remarks on the Value of Poinsot's Work to Philosophy Today."

Old editions of John of St. Thomas' works can be obtained on PDF through ITOPL.

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