STATUS:   In Print
TRANSLATORS:    Richard J. Blackwell, Pierre H. Conway et alia
SOURCE TEXTS:    Leonine 1884 edition
This volume is devoted to St. Thomas’s commentary on the Physics. The Physics is the first book of Aristotle’s science of nature: beginning with the principles of coming to be, St. Thomas masterfully builds on Aristotle’s treatment of matter and form, place and void, motion and time, before finally concluding with the demonstration of the existence of the First Unmoved Mover.