A City Guide To Shouguang for Thomas Aquinas (1225 74) brought medieval theory to its height by integrating Aristotelian philosophy with Christian theology. Aquinas, an Italian scholastic and philosopher, argues that the government of a king is best because it follows the dictates of (human) nature. He writes, Whatever is in accord with nature is best, for in all things nature does what is best. In the multitude of bodily members there is one which is the principal mover, namely, the heart; and among the powers of the soul one power presides as chief, namely, the reason. . . . A City Guide To Shouguang 2016.