The Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 2, 1999


Brian Leftow
Pages 27-38

Aquinas on the Infinite

Both Copleston and Duhem—I believe—claim that for Thomas Aquinas, there cannot be an infinity of anything. In this essay I argue that Thomas allows that there can be an infinity of some sorts of item and, more, that there actually are infinities of some items.