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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.
Jacques Maritain, to whom John Paul II is evidently indebted for his discussions of human work here and in other writings, was alive to this risk and exercised a caution less obvious in the Pope's statements; see Jacques Maritain, Art and Scholasticism and the Frontiers of Poetry, trans.
In the wake of former prime minister Nicolas Sarkozy's having grappled vainly with the issue of French identity, one is drawn to that earlier work of Jacques Maritain, who attempted to take the measure not of France but or America in a similarly troubled time.
Drawing upon the aesthetic thought of Jacques Maritain, Williams discerns its affinity with the artistic practice of David Jones and Flannery O'Connor.
Joseph Cardijn and the Young Christian Workers, Jacques Maritain in his Integral Humanism, Emmanuel Mounier in "Personalism," Marie-Dominique Chenu on the theology of labor, and Marc Sangnier in the Le Sillon movement are all major examples of this focus on social consequences of faith.
Elles se reclament de Jacques Maritain et du catholicisme liberal et elles entretiennent des relations avec Georges Bernanos, alors refugie au Bresil.
In 1926, aged 50, she fell in love with Vra Oumanoff, the sister-in-law of philosopher Jacques Maritain.
In particular, the French Catholic thinker Jacques Maritain developed arguments as to why Christians should embrace democracy and human rights.
At that time, writings by learned European theologians appeared in Cross Currents: Etienne Gilson, Jacques Maritain, Hans Kung, Yves Congar, Romano Guardini.
Each chapter discusses a different virtuous ideal with reference to model individuals whose dedication spiritually embodied that ideal: Dorothy Day for the ideal of Christian Vision, Jacques Maritain for Christian Values, Mother Teresa of Calcutta for Christian Virtue, and more.
La Releve fait fonction de relais des idees europeennes de l'entre-deux-guerres : pensons au personnalisme d'Esprit et d'Ordre nouveau (a travers DanielRops surtout), et au neothomisme de Jacques Maritain.
Brown's personal correspondence with such important literary and cultural figures as Sylvia Beach, John Dos Passos, Marianne Moore, Wallace Stevens, Brassai, and Jacques Maritain forms a substantial portion of the John L.