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For at their best, they do not extend to the point at which real praise begins: the achievement of an abiding truth. Thus, for example, in 1924, on the occasion of the 600th anniversary of Page 10 the canonization of Thomas Aquinas, Professor A. E. Taylor, eminent both as a scholar and a philosopher, attempted to dispel misconceptions about the Angelic Doctor which he felt still persisted in the minds of cultivated Englishmen 4. Had he talked only of St. Thomas's great learning, of his rare gifts of speculative courage and intellectual prudence; had he only removed the prevalent notion, that St.
Thomas by rejoicing in these manifestations. We could do no more than repeat, of course, what has already been often repeated by voices more eloquent than ours and speaking from a fuller vision than Page 2 we have attained. If I depart from this procedure, it is not from a wish to avoid reiteration, for that necessarily occurs when the members of a community express to each other their common sentiments and devotions. It is rather because I cannot help thinking of the larger company of men who have heard the clearest voices, but have not heeded.
I feet sure that he who does not find it so is not taking the way which leads the gentiles to philosophy. Unfortunately, there are even further things to do if we are willing to face all the issues which the modern world presents. I turn, therefore, to a brief consideration of these further problems. Page 39 III. You will recall that St. Thomas distinguished Mohammedans and other pagans from Jews, and both of these as infidels from heretics. It was necessary to do so, for the conditions of argument in each of these three cases were different 37.