A 13th century Dominican friar and university professor who wrote dozens of works of theology and philosophy.
Greek philosopher and scientist of the fourth century B.C.E.; his ideas were seen as challenges to religions because without divine revelation he developed an sophisticated understanding of reality.
Medieval Muslim scholar noted for medical, mathematical and philosophical commentaries.
Medieval Muslim scholar known for his learned commentaries on the works of Aristotle.
A Jew who wrote from Morocco, fleeing the persecution in Spain. Represented the Jewish Stream.
Originally the guild of teaching and learning. By the 13th century developed into institutions of higher learning and offered basic degrees in the "arts" and more advanced degrees in various fields of specialization.
Medieval theology that showed that faith and reason are compatible.
A "summary of Theology."
The fundamental building block of the Summa.
Doctor of the Church
An honor reserved for those whose teaching and scholarship have reflected Catholic Christian beliefs and have been important in the lives and faith of others.
Want to see the other 10 Flashcards in Thomas Aquinas?JOIN TODAY FOR FREE!