From Finite Being to Uncreated Being.
The title grabbed me... could you give a basic overview of it (so far)?
It's an exhaustive overview of the Metaphysical thought of Thomas Aquinas.
Chapters: 1) Aquinas on the nature of metaphysics
2) Our Discovery of the Subject of Metaphysics
3) The Problem of Parmenides and the Analogy of Being
4) Participation and the Problem of the One and the Many
5) Essence-Esse composition and the One and the Many
6) Relative Non-being and the one and the many
7) Substance-Accident composition
8 ) Substance-Accidents, and Esse
9) Prime Matter and Substantial Form10) Arguments for God's existence (Introductory Remarks)
11) Arguments for God's Existence in Earlier Writings
12) The Five Ways
13) Quidditative Knowledge of God and Analogical Knowledge
This is quite a scholarly look at Aquinas, from the perspective of a scholarly Thomist. One need not agree with all of Wippel's arguments to appreciate this book.