Thomas d'Aquin et Maïmonide: un dialogue exemplaire

Paris: Cerf (1988)
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Abstract

Thomas d'Aquin a lu attentivement Maïmonide, il a recouru à lui pour préciser sa pensée sur les rapports entre la créature et Dieu. Sur certains points - les attributs divins, la Providence et la prophétie - il arrive à Thomas d'Aquin de critiquer, voire de refuser des positions de Maïmonide.

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