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Have you heard of this, Geremia?

Are you perhaps the author of it?

I saw it on Militant Thomist's Youtube channel in his video defending St. Thomas concerning the Immaculate Conception, and I realized he used the same website in his video debating TheByzantineScotist about the intellect and the will in regard to St. Thomas and Scotus.


Quote from: Kephapaulos on June 11, 2022, 08:00:25 PMHave you heard of this, Geremia?
Are you perhaps the author of it?
Yes, I know about that. Several of the links on the "St. Thomas Aquinas's Works in English" page link to it. I scraped their data to make the "Random St. Thomas Aquinas Latin-English pair" generator, for experimenting with training a neural machine translator. (I was attempting to make my own Latin-English translator fine-tuned for St. Thomas.)
No, I'm not the author of it; it's maintained by the Aquinas Institute.


I think I may have seen it before after all then and just forgot about it when clicking on a link for it on the St. Thomas Aquinas's Works in English webpage.