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Conclusion

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 September 2020

Justin M. Anderson
Affiliation:
Seton Hall University, New Jersey
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Summary

As our study draws to a close, we can make a few final observations. We need not re-present each of our conclusions here. We have devoted a great amount of time to those conclusions in their respective chapters, especially at the end of Chapters 6 and 9. The general contour of our study has been a presentation of Aquinas’s account of the virtue to reveal its inner logic. That account’s interconnection with theological topics becomes obvious when we attend to his own language and various senses of virtue. The reasons by which Aquinas presents his account of virtue are inextricably woven together with his account of grace, sin, and God’s divine providence and governance of creation.

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  • Conclusion
  • Justin M. Anderson, Seton Hall University, New Jersey
  • Book: Virtue and Grace in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas
  • Online publication: 18 September 2020
  • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108750325.016
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  • Conclusion
  • Justin M. Anderson, Seton Hall University, New Jersey
  • Book: Virtue and Grace in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas
  • Online publication: 18 September 2020
  • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108750325.016
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  • Conclusion
  • Justin M. Anderson, Seton Hall University, New Jersey
  • Book: Virtue and Grace in the Theology of Thomas Aquinas
  • Online publication: 18 September 2020
  • Chapter DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108750325.016
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