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In his discussion of the virtue of mercy (ST, II‐II.30), Thomas Aquinas draws upon two seemingly opposed sources. On the one hand, Thomas takes Aristotle as an authority on the subject of compassion. Aristotle maintains in his discussion of pity in the Rhetoric that pity is felt for those who...
Books reviewed: V. Philips Long, David W. Baker and Gordon J. Wenham, Windows into Old Testament History: Evidence, Argument, and the Crisis of ‘Biblical Israel’ J. Cheryl Exum and H. G. M. Williamson, Reading from Right to Left. Essays on the Hebrew Bible in Honour of David J. A. Clines Martin...
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