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Sophia: The Journal of Traditional Studies, Volume 16, No. 2 (2011): 5–48.
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Stephen Hawking’s Creation Confusion by William E. Carroll
Landscapes of Nothingness by William E. Carroll
More about Nothing and the Scientists Who Abuse It by Mark Brumley
A Universe from Nothing? by Sean Carroll
John W. Keck, "The Natural Motion of Matter in Newtonian and Post-Newtonian Physics", The Thomist 71 (2007): 529-54.
Philosophy of Nature by Joseph Kenny, O.P.
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The Five Proofs of God
The Aristotelian Background to Aquinas's Denial that 'Woman is a Defective Male'
Scholar probes links between Thomism, environmentalism
without Space and Time An Essay on Principles for Relational Cosmology Drawn
from Catholic Tradition and Empirical Science
Rev. Victor P. Warkulwiz, M.S.S.
This Thomist philosophy of nature Web page is maintained by Christopher S. Morrissey, author of Studies in Aristotle's Physics.