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After reading Feser's book against the New Atheism, my eyes were opened.
In Aquinas: A Beginner's Guide, Edward Feser has given us a very concise, well written, and understandable introduction to Thomistic thought.
Third, Feser's book is better because it understands modern thinkers and their objections to Aquinas.
Easy to read on a difficult subject. GIve a clear perspective on Thomas' perfection of Aristotle.Published 5 days ago by Timothy J. Gannon
Feser drops his customary vitriol to dish up the plain facts of scholastic metaphysics, which are all too often neglected by popular contemporary writers in their hasty dismissal... Read morePublished 12 days ago by DS Thorne
A fantastic introduction to Thomism for those without training in philosophy. Feser's style is readable while remaining very precise and he has the terribly useful habit of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sean Patterson
Fairly easy to understand explanation of Thomism. Still not for the faint of heart.Published 4 months ago by DuBose Kapeluck
Feser is a brilliant author and person and if you are
looking to expand your knowledge on his five
ways and what life is all about; this is the book. Read more
Feser is such a great author. Anything by him you can bet is going to be well written. I love the subject, Thomas Aquinas and this is a very good, clearly written book on Aquinas... Read morePublished 5 months ago by LARS
I'm almost never inclined to leave reviews of things, but I found this book to be truly excellent. It provided an incredibly clear and stimulating account of the thought of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book Lover