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Romero Carrasquillo, Francisco J.

Overview
Works: 4 works in 4 publications in 2 languages and 78 library holdings
Roles: Translator, Author
Classifications: B765.T54, 234.2
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Most widely held works by Francisco J Romero Carrasquillo
Cosmology by Édouard Hugon( Book )

1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 49 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The finality of religion in Aquinas' theory of human acts by Francisco J Romero Carrasquillo( Book )

1 edition published in 2009 in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The study examines the end or purpose of the acts of the virtue of religion within Thomas Aquinas' ethics of human action. What is the end of religious worship? Is it God, or is it the worshippers themselves? On the one hand, one would presume that God cannot be the end of religion because, from the perspective of Classical Theism (of which Aquinas is a main proponent), God cannot benefit from the activity of creatures. But on the other hand, if the worshipper is the end of religious acts, would not worship be a self-centered or an egotistic act? The standard Thomistic account of the problem, first laid out by Cajetan and later adopted by countless followers, is that God is the finis cuius ("the aim toward which") of the acts of the virtue of religion, whereas the religious worshipper is the finis quo (the beneficiary) of the acts. I argue that this solution, which is based on a single text of Aquinas (ST II-II.81.7c), is insufficient. After examining Aquinas' theory of action (the doctrine of object, end, and circumstances presented in ST I-II.18), I show how the object of a particular human act can be interpreted as the finis operis (the end of the agent's act). Utilizing this principle of the identity between the object and the finis operis, I argue that the finis operis of religion can be summed up as a threefold sequence of ends: the honor, reverence, and glory of God. As a result, the ultimate beneficiary of acts of religious worship is neither God nor the individual worshipper, but rather the totality of the universe, encapsulated by Aquinas in his notion of divine "glory," that is, the extrinsic manifestation of God's intrinsic goodness within the universe
Faith, hope and love : Thomas Aquinas on living by the theological virtues : a collection of studies presented at the fourth conference of the Thomas Instituut te Utrecht, December 11-14, 2013 by Thomas Instituut te Utrecht( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

During the last two decades virtue ethics has become the focal point of renewed ethical and theological interest. To lead a good life, it proves useful to watch those who have mastered the art of living. The conviction that living is an art is at the heart of virtue ethics. Living a good life requires exercise, and is a question of acquiring a virtuous character rather than of complying with external ethical and legal rules. This renaissance partly builds on Thomas Aquinas. He in turn recovered Aristotelian, Ciceronian and Augustinian thought on virtue ethics. The interpretation and development of virtues and vices form the core of his authorship, as the 'secunda pars' of his 'Summa Theologiae' readily displays. And yet, the most important virtues for him are not the moral ones, such as Justice, Temperance, Prudence and Fortitude, but those virtues that are both infused by and aimed at God: Faith, Hope and Love. These are virtues that the philosophers of antiquity were not aware of. To account for them, Aquinas had to adapt the classical understanding of virtues. For Aquinas, the moral virtues come to full fruition only when they are embedded in a life before God, a life lived exercising the God given theological virtues. By ignoring Faith, Hope and Love, the present discussion of virtue ethics not only ignores those virtues that were for Aquinas of utmost importance, but also fails to arrive at a complete understanding of his view of the moral virtues
La cuestión del dia ó El laberinto del mal menor by Francisco J Romero Carrasquillo( Book )

1 edition published in 1906 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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Alternative Names
Carrasquillo Francisco J. Romero

Carrasquillo Francisco José

Romero Carrasquillo Francisco Jose

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