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For example, at a time when Popes were consolidating power, John Quidort of Paris 32 c. Following Aristotle, Thomas thinks of metaphysics as a science in this sense. ST is split into three parts. During this period when the proponents of Aquinas reached the height of their influence, changes in the broader culture of Europe would signal the demise of Scholasticism, namely, the rise of humanism and the advent of the Reformation. Kennedy ed. First of all, Thomas thinks that some kinds of actions are bad by definition. While Maritain rejects the subordination of the artist to politics and to religious authority, he also denies that artists are answerable only to themselves.