The 20th Century's Investigations of St. Thomas Aquinas’s Theory of Human Freedom (II)
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Lina Šulcienė
Published 2001-10-01
https://doi.org/10.15388/Problemos.2001.60.6782
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Keywords

human freedom
neo-Thomism
ethics

How to Cite

Šulcienė L. (2001) “The 20th Century’s Investigations of St. Thomas Aquinas’s Theory of Human Freedom (II)”, Problemos, 600, pp. 79-89. doi: 10.15388/Problemos.2001.60.6782.

Abstract

This is the second part of the article which reviews the XXth century’s studies of St. Thomas Aquinas’s theory of human freedom. The author analyses the studies of D. O. Lattin, B. Lonergan and other authors maintaining that there was the change in Aquinas’s thinking on the question of human freedom. Special attention is paid to the studies of the problem of the relation of man's will to his ultimate end or the problem of the limits of human freedom.
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