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(c. 1225-1274)

from Summa Theologiae: Whether One is Allowed to Kill Oneself

  St. Thomas Aquinas, the Italian scholastic philosopher and theologian, and the principal theological authority within the Roman Catholic Church and progenitor of the tradition known as Thomism, was the son of an Italian count, related through his mother to … Continue reading

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