New Edition of the Dover Edition 1959
Maurice de Wulf
“The pedagogical aim which we have before us in this little book forces us to limit ourselvesto the consideration of the great and central doctrines of Thomism, and to leave aside the innumerable applications of those doctrines which may be found scattered up and down the extensive works of Thomas Aquinas”
About the Author
Maurice De Wulf, 1867-1947, a Thomistic philosopher, professor of philosophy at the Catholic University of Leuven, is one of the pioneers of the historiography of medieval philosophy.