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By Jean-Pierre Torrell

"This is the creation to Thomas: providing allthe identified proof of his existence and paintings, tracing the subjects of hiswriting out of his juvenilia, and following the impact of histhought within the years instantly after his death".

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Saint Thomas Aquinas, Vol. 1: The Person and His Work

"This is the creation to Thomas: providing allthe recognized evidence of his existence and paintings, tracing the subjects of hiswriting out of his juvenilia, and following the impression of histhought within the years instantly after his death".

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12.  93, where the author engages in some speculations about this figure.  B.  The text of the first commentary in this volume, the commentary on De caelesti hierarchia, and only this commentary, presents the added distinction of being divided into "pieces" (peciae).  According to Simon (Shooner16 agrees with him), what the young Thomas did in his service to Albert was to prepare the edition of Albert's commentary for its reproduction by the copying system, which is to say that he was the first practitioner 13.

297, n. 55) we believe it not very plausible that the family waited a year, maybe more, to react to Thomas's taking the habit. 45.  39–40. 46.  133–34. 47.  Given what we know about subsequent events, this appears difficult to maintain. 48.  73). 49.  67–68, John the Teuton complained directly to Frederick II. 50. Contrary to what the fanciful description of Cantimpré leads us to believe. Page 11 51 most notably, who brought him a new habit to replace his torn one). 56 If, as we might think, Innocent IV's deposing of Frederick II at the Council of Lyon (17 July 1245) was per­ 51.

32 Whatever the exact meaning of the expression, this anecdote (to which 30.  13–14. 31.  79). 32.  43. 33 We can appreciate the high quality of this teaching by looking at his first known commentary on Scripture.  Some scholars (De Groot, Berthier, Pelster) even think that he was already a lecturer in theology and probably the biblical bachelor for Albert (Scheeben, Eschmann).

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