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The Aquinas Residence Hall - Saint Thomas of Aquinas is a male Residence Hall of the Order of Preachers (Dominicans) attached to the Complutense University of Madrid that has been providing young university students who come to study in Madrid for decades a true home in which to be able to grow as people by getting the most out of their university years.
We are convinced that our long and rich tradition, linked to the University since its origins, has much to continue contributing to the university spirit today. Its motto, Veritas, clearly expresses the importance of the search for Truth as a fundamental value. Human life is a great search for authenticity in which there is no lie more subtle and destructive than the one with which one tries to deceive oneself. Therefore, we believe that a climate of trust, based on a free and responsible commitment, is the best path for people's development. On this path, study, as understood by the Dominican tradition, plays an essential role.
Studying allows us to free ourselves from ignorance and incorporate into our own lives everything good and beautiful that surrounds us. Studying implies trusting in our ability to know, it means cultivating the hope that existence has a meaning that can be revealed. The study, lived in a Dominican key, is the best antidote against relativism and fundamentalism. Both extremes coincide in their distrust of study and dialogue as tools to search for the Truth: the first leads us to indifference and mutual incomprehension, and the second, to confrontation and even violence.
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Calle de Leonardo Prieto Castro, 6, 28040 Madrid, Spain
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