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100 0  Thomas,|cAquinas, Saint,|d1225?-1274. 
240 10 Quaestiones disputatae de potentia Dei.|nQ. 3.|lEnglish 
245 10 On Creation:|bDisputatae de potentia Dei, Q. 3 /|cSt. 
       Thomas Aquinas ; translated with introduction and notes by
       S.C. Selner-Wright. 
260    Washington, D.C. :|bCatholic University of America Press,
       |c©2011. 
300    1 online resource (xxi, 202 pages). 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Thomas Aquinas in translation 
500    Translated from the Latin. 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-192) and 
       indexes. 
505 0  Article 1. Whether God can make something out of nothing -
       - Article 2. Whether creation is a change -- Article 3. 
       Whether creation is something real in the creature, and, 
       if it is, what it is -- Article 4. Whether the power or 
       even the act of creation is communicable to another -- 
       Article 5. Whether there can be anything that is not 
       created by God -- Article 6. Whether there is only one 
       principle of creation -- Article 7. Whether God works in 
       all the operations of nature -- Article 8. Whether God 
       operates in nature by creating, which is to ask whether 
       creation is -- Mingled with the work of nature -- Article 
       9. whether the rational soul is brought into being by 
       creation or by the transmission of -- Semen -- Article 10.
       Whether the rational soul is created in the body or apart 
       from the body -- Article 11. Whether the sensitive or 
       vegetative souls are created or transmitted through the --
       Semen -- Article 12. Whether the sensitive or vegetative 
       soul is in the semen from the beginning, when it -- Issues
       forth -- Article 13. Whether something which is from 
       another can be eternal -- Article 14. Whether that which 
       is from God, differing in essence from him, can have 
       always -- Been -- Article 15. Whether things proceeded 
       from God by natural necessity or by the decree of his will
       -- Article 16. Whether a multitude can proceed from one 
       first thing -- Article 17. Whether the world has always 
       existed -- Article 18. Whether angels were created before 
       the visible world -- Article 19. Whether angels could have
       existed before the visible world. 
520    This volume includes a new English translation of Question
       3, in which Thomas takes up questions and ideas about 
       divine and human freedom, whether or not the world is 
       created, the problem of evil, the efficacy of creatures, 
       and the status of the developing human embryo. It offers a
       comprehensive treatment of creation and the metaphysics 
       and anthropology Thomas employs in considering the general
       creation of the universe and the particular creation of 
       each human being. 
520    Susan C. Selner-Wright's translation of the critical 
       Leonine edition is intended to make Thomas' contribution 
       to the current discussion more accessible. It constitutes 
       a focused but extended example of Thomas at the height of 
       his intellectual powers. Throughout the text, Selner-
       Wright directs the reader to Thomas' own sources, related 
       texts elsewhere in Thomas' corpus, and secondary sources. 
       Philosophical notes give background for particular claims 
       or arguments and trace important philosophical principles 
       at work throughout the text. --Book Jacket. 
588 0  Print version record. 
590    eBooks on EBSCOhost|bEBSCO eBook Subscription Academic 
       Collection - North America 
648  7 600 - 1500|2fast 
650  0 God (Christianity)|xOmnipotence|xHistory of doctrines
       |yMiddle Ages, 600-1500. 
650  0 Creation|xHistory of doctrines|yMiddle Ages, 600-1500. 
655  4 Electronic books. 
700 1  Selner-Wright, S. C.|q(Susan Canty) 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aThomas, Aquinas, Saint, 1225?-1274.
       |sQuaestiones disputatae de potentia Dei. Q. 3. English.
       |tOn creation.|dWashington, D.C. : Catholic University of 
       America Press, ©2011|z9780813217987|w(DLC)  2010036187
       |w(OCoLC)644639951 
830  0 Thomas Aquinas in translation. 
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