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1. Neuroscience Topic: Thomas Aquinas, Moral Behavior and Phineas Gage
Thomas Aquinas , Moral Behavior and Phineas Gage For Aquinas, the rational appetitive function was the ground of moral behavior. In his fascinating book, Descartes ' Error , Antonio Damasio reports a famous case of brain damage
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2. Neuroscience Topic: Neuroscience and Thomas Aquinas
Neuroscience and Thomas Aquinas Recent science has shown the fruitfulness of taking the brain to be the seat of all those mental faculties medieval thinkers, such as Thomas Aquinas, had attributed to the soul. Therefore, we consider
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3. General Term: Aquinas, Thomas (1225-1274)
Aquinas, Thomas (1225-1274) Italian Dominican Priest and philosophical theologian. He is known, principally, as the author of the Summa Theologiae and in modern times was made official philosopher of the Roman Catholic
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4. Divine Action Topic: Tracy, Thomas F. “Creation, Providence, and Quantu...
Tracy, Thomas F. “Creation, Providence, and Quantum Chance." Uncertainty regarding the meaning of “the acts of God” pervades modern theology, according to Thomas Tracy . Critical historical and literary
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5. Stem Cell Topic: Theological Reflections on ETNL
theology. Oh, yes, Thomas Aquinas argued that the concept of perfection implied that there could be one and only one world, our earth. Nevertheless, many other medieval theologians could speculate about the existence of other worlds
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6. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: God of the Gaps
This goes back to Thomas Aquinas and his discussion of primary and secondary causation. In the light of these ‘safe’ strategies, which are all forms of ‘separate development’ for scientific and
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7. Subject Home: Psychology and Neuroscience
Thomas Aquinas, Moral Behavior and Phineas Gage Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi on Co-operation and Mental Health Chaos and the Orienting Reflex Related Topic Sets
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8. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Modern Thought
More: Neuroscience and Thomas Aquinas Show Related Topics Email link | Printer-friendly | Feedback | Contributed by: Dr. Nancey Murphy
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9. Divine Action Topic: Happel, Stephen. “Divine Providence and Instrument...
theology in the thought of Thomas Aquinas has a coherent understanding of the interaction between God and creation. By developing a clear theory of transcendence and of universal instrumentality, Aquinas was able to articulate the basic ways in
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10. Evolution Topic: Theistic Evolution: The Ignored Alternative
into a coherent picture. St. Thomas Aquinas once described “theology” as the attempt to explain all things in reality in relation to God. This is a pretty good definition, we think. One implication is this: the Darwinian model of
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