Essays on thomas aquinas natural law

In addition to agreeing with the Aristotelian definition of man as "the rational animal ," [11] Aquinas also held various other beliefs about the substance of man. For instance, as the essence ( nature ) of all men are the same, [65] and the definition of being is "an essence that exists," [13] humans that are real therefore only differ by their specific qualities . More generally speaking, all beings of the same genus have the same essence, and so long as they exist, only differ by accidents and substantial form . [66]

Essays on thomas aquinas natural law

essays on thomas aquinas natural law

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