Prudence in St. Thomas Aquinas.

Joseph F. McCabe
In the present thesis, we attempt to explicate St. Thomas's understanding of prudence an all-important virtue. In the introduction, we demonstrate how prudence is an exigency of man's rational nature, showing that without it man is incapable of acting according to reason and attaining his end. Within our analysis, we identify the major influences on St. Thomas's conception of prudence, in descending order of importance, as: Aristotle, St. Albert the Great, Philip the Chancellor, and...
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