Little, Arthur J. The Platonic Heritage of Thomism. Dublin: Golden Eagle Books Limited (1950), 1950. First Edition. 
Blue cloth hardcover, spine sunned, binding sturdy. Once owned by a professor of philosophy, with his name stamps, notes on the ffep, and some underlining & notes. xv., 290 pp. No dust jacket. Good. Hardcover.
With Nihil Obstat & Imprimi Potest.
"What we shall mean by Platonic elements in Thomism are those doctrines of St. Thomas that are derivable from the parts of Plato's own philosophy that were rejected by Aristotle. Our thesis is simply that several positions essential to Thomism are irreconcilable both with Aristotle's indiscriminate rejection of the Platonic Doctrine of Ideas or Forms or of any emendation of it, and with its corollary, the doctrine of the uncaused existence of the material world." - from the Preface.