Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas publishes 2003 conference proceedings

From the Secretary of the Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas:

The Pontifical Academy of Saint Thomas Aquinas is proud to announce the publication of the first and second volume of the Proceedings of the International Conference on “Christian Humanism in the Third Millennium: The Perspective of Thomas Aquinas”. The first volume is 1010 pages long and contains the Anthropological and Historical Sections. The second volume is 1011 pages long and contains the Christological, Metaphysical, Moral and Scientific Sections. Each volume costs USD 39 or Euro 29.65 - or the equivalent in the currency of your country - including postage but excluding bank charges. Methods of payment:

  1. (Cheapest way) By cheque made out to Pontificia Accademia di San Tommaso and sent by mail to the following address: Pontificia Accademia di San Tommaso, Casina Pio IV, V-00120 Vatican City.
  2. Bank transfer to: Account no. 1000 / 00009396; Owner: Pontificia Accademia di San Tommaso; Bank: San Paolo Imi; Agency: 06016; Address: Stazione Termini Binario 1, 00185 Roma, Italia; IBAN IT15 R010 2503 2511 0000 0009 396; BIC IBSPITTM

Payment can be made in dollars or in euros or in the equivalent amount in your country’s currency. After making the payment, please send me an email stating how many copies of the second volume you require and your full address. We will send out the books as soon as we have received notice of payment.

Volume III will be ready shortly. Please send an email to past@acdscience.va and you will be notified of its publication.

Of course, if you have someone in Italy who can make the payment for you or come directly to our Pontifical Academy in order to save on bank charges, we will then be more than happy to send you the books.


Mark Johnson

Mark Johnson is an associate professor of Theology at Marquette University, and founded thomistica.net on Squarespace in November of 2004. He studied with James Weisheipl, Leonard Boyle, Walter Principe, and Lawrence Dewan, at the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies (Toronto, Canada).