The Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas by Umberto Eco

The Aesthetics of Thomas Aquinas

Umberto Eco

287 pages first pub 1956 (editions)

nonfiction art philosophy challenging informative reflective slow-paced


The well-known Italian semiotician and novelist Umberto Eco discloses for the first time to English-speaking readers the unsuspected richness, breadth, complexity, and originality of the aesthetic theories advanced by the influential medieval thin...

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