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Maritain

Jacques . 1882--1973, French neo-Thomist Roman Catholic philosopher
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Maritain commented that Kant's philosophy was not only "the metaphysical larva" that relativists profess, but one that has led a great number of modern scientists to confuse time with measured time.
Muchos de aquellos defensores de la esencia judeo-cristiana de la religiosidad occidental, como Isaac, Maritain y Oesterreicher, acabarian
Maritain est de tenir compte de maniere positive de ce passage marque par l'anthropocentrisme moderne pour integrer la subjectivite dans le rapport a l'objet, sur lequel se fonde le realisme critique.
16) But when one does not accept the distinction between antecedent and consequent wills in God, ensuing universalism is almost inevitable (17)--hence why Thomists like Jacques Maritain, Bernard Lonergan, and William Most, building on the interpretative work of Francisco Marin-Sola, use the distinction in a way that does not contradict the universal salvific will of God.
Providing readers with a strong list of texts that could serve as general introductions to Maritain's body of works for those who are not ready to tackle Maritain on their own, D'Souza explains that the "principle aim is to provide a book of quotations as a ready reference for those who are familiar with Maritain's thought and writings" (p.
Abstract: This study covers the relation between holiness and world in five European writers of the first half of the twentieth century: two Spanish (Maragall y Maeztu) and three French (Peguy, Maritain y Bernanos).
Maritain would seem to overlook proportions as proportions, which would involve some specification of measurement or fittingness, in order to account for their presence in a work of art as one akin to words or other signs: they present themselves in such a way as also to represent and reveal something beyond themselves.
construction of a school cafeteria at the school Maritain Renan Lafontaine
La laicita ne le Paysan de la Garonne di Jacques Maritain, Rubettino, Soveria Mannelli, pp.
Bringing in further points of view, for example Dietrich von Hildebrand and Jacques Maritain, only increases the amount of investigative journalism required.
The argument draws in Hellenistic and Byzantine aesthetics, Russian Modernism, the theological aesthetics of Jacques Maritain, Maximus the Confessor and the theory of classical Chinese and Zen painting, and quite a lot more.
Although Rhonheimer avoids Maritain's optimism regarding the application of human rights in the contemporary world (and perhaps the overly Aristotelian approach taken in Man and the State), his position seems in developed continuity with the approach taken by Maritain in Integral Humanism.