Thomas Aquinas quote about reason from Summa Theologica (1274) - The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.
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The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.

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Thomas Aquinas quote about reason from Summa Theologica (1274) - The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.
Thomas Aquinas quote about reason from Summa Theologica (1274) - The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.
Thomas Aquinas quote about reason from Summa Theologica (1274) - The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.
Thomas Aquinas quote about reason from Summa Theologica (1274) - The theologian considers sin chiefly as an offense against God; and the moral philosopher, as something contrary to reason.