(Author: Thomas Aquinas; translated by John A. Oesterle).  In this time of renewed interest among philosophers in the virtues and their place and meaning in moral life, Aquinas’s Treatise – questions 49-67 of the Summa Theologiae – is especially pertinent. These questions, discussing the character and function of of habit, the essence, subject, cause, and mean of virtue, and the separate intelectual, moral, cardinal and theological virtues, constitute one of the most thorough  and incisive accounts of virtue in the history of Christian philosophy.

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