Commentary on the Sentences, Book IV, 14-25 | Commentary on the Sentences, Book IV, 1-13 | All That Is in God: Evangelical Theology and the Challenge of Classical Christian Theism | Five Proofs of the Existence of God | The Light of Christ: An Introduction to Catholicism | Neo-Scholastic Essays | Scholastic Metaphysics | The Metaphysical Thought of Thomas Aquinas | No God, No Science?
The proof developed in the De Ente is, on Kerr's reading, independent of many of the other proofs in Aquinas's corpus and resistant to the traditional classificatory schemes of proofs of God. By applying a historical and hermeneutical awareness of the philosophical issues presented by Aquinas's thought and evaluating such philosophical issues with analytical precision, Kerr is able to move through the proof and evaluate what Aquinas is saying, and whether what he is saying is true.
By means of an analysis of one of Aquinas's earliest proofs, Kerr highlights a foundational argument that is present throughout the much more commonly studied Thomistic writings, and brings it to bear within the context of analytical philosophy, showing its relevance to the contemporary reader.
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