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Aquinas and Analogy
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The basic distinctions McInerny introduces, his criticism of the central piece in the literature, Cajetan's De nominum analogia, the applications he makes to problems such as that of the nature of metaphysics or of logic, his knowledge of contemporary debates on related topics, combine to make his contribution unique

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Title Page, Copyright, Dedication
  2. pp. iii-v
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. vii-vii
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  1. Preface
  2. pp. ix-x
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  1. Part One: Prolegomena
  2. pp. 1-1
  1. 1. Where Cajetan Went Wrong
  2. pp. 3-29
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  1. 2. Analogy in Aristotle
  2. pp. 30-47
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  1. Part Two: Analogous Names
  2. pp. 49-49
  1. The Prospect Before Us
  2. pp. 51-52
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  1. 3. How Words Signify
  2. pp. 53-85
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  1. 4. Analogous Names
  2. pp. 86-101
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  1. 5. Kinds of Analogous Name
  2. pp. 102-115
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  1. 6. Metaphor and Analogy
  2. pp. 116-136
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  1. 7. Analogy is Analogous
  2. pp. 137-141
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  1. 8. Analogy and Discovery
  2. pp. 142-151
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  1. 9. Analogy and Participation
  2. pp. 152-163
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  1. Select Bibliography
  2. pp. 165-166
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 167-169
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  1. Back Cover
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