River Forest School and the Philosophy of Nature Today",
in Philosophy and the God of Abraham: essays in memory of James A. Weisheipl, OP (PIMS, 1991), 1-15.
Benedict Ashley, OP: The way toward wisdom is through metaphysics
Download and read Chapter 1 from The Way toward Wisdom in PDF format
William A. Wallace, O.P. on the philosophy of nature: The Modeling of Nature
Read the opponent of the River Forest approach, Lawrence Dewan, O.P., but be sure to read Benedict Ashley's reply to Lawrence Dewan (in reply to Dewan on "St. Thomas, Physics, and the Principle of Metaphysics", The Thomist 61 (1997): 549-6).
In The Way toward Wisdom (UND, 2006), pp.146-153, Benedict Ashley also has a definitive response to Dewan. (See also pp.153-158 for Ashley's response to Wippel; pp.158-163 for his response to Owens/Knasas; and pp.256-57 with p.520 n.11 for his response to Clarke.)
The Way toward Wisdom by Benedict Ashley, O.P. (Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press, 2006)
William A. Wallace, "Thomism
and the Quantum Enigma," Review of Wolfgang Smith, The Quantum
Enigma: Finding the Hidden Key,
in The Thomist 61 (1997): 455-468.
James A. Weisheipl, Aristotelian
Methodology: A Commentary on the Posterior Analytics of Aristotle [PDF].
River Forest: Pontifical Institute of Philosophy, 1958.
Philosophy of Nature by Joseph Kenny, O.P.
Aristotelian Thomism: the traditional way of reading Thomas Aquinas, a living tradition of the Order of Preachers
This Thomist philosophy of nature Web page is maintained by Christopher S. Morrissey, author of Studies in Aristotle's Physics.