Published January 1, 2000
by St. Louis University Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||514|
The American Thomistic revival in the philosophical papers of R.J. Henle, S.J.: from the writing[s] of R.J. Henle. Get this from a library! The American Thomistic revival in the philosophical papers of R.J. Henle, S.J.: from the writing of R.J. Henle, S.J., professor emeritus of Saint Louis University.. [R J Henle]. Though Fr. Henle describes his book as simply a collection of his past philosophical publications that he deemed 'of some importance and some value' to which he has added some updating editorial comments, Dr. Ralph McInerny of Notre Dame, in his Foreword, places Fr. Henle and his works such as these essays high in the Catholic thomistic revival that followed Leo XIII's encyclical Aeterni Pages: Generally the revival accepts the interpretative tradition of Aquinas' great commentators such as Capréolus, Cajetan, and John of St. Thomas. Its focus, however, is less exegetical and more concerned with carrying out the program of deploying a rigorously worked out system of Thomistic metaphysics in a wholesale critique of modern philosophy.
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Make sure your next read-aloud is a winner. Get FREE access to the official Read-Aloud Revival Booklist. John Francis Xavier Knasas (born ) is an American philosopher. He is a leading existential Thomist in the Neo-Thomist movement, best known for engaging such thinkers as Bernard Lonergan, Alasdair MacIntyre and Jeremy Wilkins in disputes over human cognition to affirm a Thomistic epistemology of direct realism and defending the thought of Jacques Maritain, Étienne Gilson and Fr. Joseph Owens. The American Jesuits: A History By Raymond A. Schroth New York University Press, Read preview Overview Loisy's "Mystical Faith": Loisy, Leo XIII, and Sabatier on Moral Education and the Church By Hill, Harvey Theological Studies, Vol. 65, No. 1, March Thomistic Epistemology: Studies Concerning the Problem of Cognition in the Contemporary Thomistic School. Georges van Riet - - St. Louis, B. Herder Bokk Co.. Philosophical Bases for Human Dignity and Change in Thomistic and American Non-Thomistic Philosophy.