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Constance M. Montross
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978-0819117304
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The Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, October 1983, Liverpool University Press. The authors haven't yet claimed this publication.

Virtue or vice? Sor Juana's use of Thomistic thought. on the intellect as he or she thinks about the person that cannot be seen. Thus a clear hierarchy is established between sensual and rational love, although both are affirmed as necessary aspects. Philosophy in a feminist voice: Critiques and reconstructions. This combination of the sensual and the rational in love's essential nature is pronounced by both Tullia and Tasso a monster, a sort of minotaur or centaur (13, 20). However, they come at this double image from opposite angles.

Virtue or Vice?: Sor Juana's Use of Thomistic Thought Constance M. Montross. Woman of Genius: The Intellectual Autobiography of Sor Juana de la Cruz Margaret S. Peden, Gabriel N. Seymour Paperback, Published 1982. Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and Sor Marc Sabat-Rivers Paperback, Published 1996. Foolish Men: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz As Spiritual Protagonist, Educational Prism, and Symbol for Hispanic Women Norma Salazar Paperback, Published 1993

We present a list of vices and virtues and look at vices and virtues as understood by philosophers like Aristotle and . Are virtue and vice physic or metaphysic? Are they natural or divine? That isn’t the question to answer here.

We present a list of vices and virtues and look at vices and virtues as understood by philosophers like Aristotle and Aquinas. Instead we’ll explore what different thinkers have thought (leaving the final call up to you). There are countless ways to discuss this, but all theories lead back to the same concept. Virtues are those honorable qualities that we respect in ourselves and others, the ones with positive ends (and Vices are the absence of these qualities).

On this subject, see Constance M. Montross, Virtue or vice?: Sor Juana’s Use of Thomistic Thought (Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1981). 27. See Dario Puccini, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz.

Montross, Constance M. Virtue or Vice? Sor Juana’s Use of Thomistic Thought. University Press of America, 1981

Montross, Constance M. University Press of America, 1981. Examines Sor Juana’s use of Scholastic doctrine and methodology, specifically the ideas of Saint Thomas Aquinas. The author analyzes the combination of belief and questioning in First Dream and The Reply to Sor Philothea.

Sor Juana's use of Thomistic thought. by Constance M. Published 1981 by University Press of America in Washington, . Juana Inés de la Cruz Sister (1651-1695), Thomas Aquinas, Saint (1225?-1274). Bibliography: p. 1-6 (3d group). 868. Library of Congress.

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