Fr. Simon Gaine's book, now out in paperback.
Advanced Aquinas reading class
The Advanced Aquinas Reading Class took place as usual on the Thursdays of Michaelmas Term, 2016, at 4.00 pm. This annual class is aimed at students of theology, philosophy and medieval studies, in their final year of undergraduate studies and in their first year of graduate studies, and others who have some familiarity with St Thomas’ thought, but want to gain skill in studying texts of different genres and from different stages of his career. The texts covered are:
In Boethii de Trinitate 5, 1 and 6, 1
In I Sententiarum d 2, q 1, a 3
Summa contra Gentiles IV, 15-23
Summa Theologiae I, 84, 4-5
Summa Theologiae I-II, 106-107
Quaestiones Disputatae de Malo q 6
Super Evangelium S Ioannis lectura, prologus and caput 1, lectio 1
De unitate intellectus contra Averroistas
The class is led by Rev Dr Peter Hunter, OP, a member of the Institute’s Advisory Board.
Introductory reading classes are sometimes held as part of the Dominican Studium’s lecture provision. The lecture list for each term is made available before Term begins at http://www.bfriars.ox.ac.uk/general/lectures-and-classes/
A special graduation ceremony on Saturday that included the Regent, Fr Simon Gaine.