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Faithful reason : essays Catholic and philosophical

Print Book, English, 2006
Routledge, London, 2006
xv, 288 sider
9780415207027, 9780415207034, 0415207029, 0415207037
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Prefacevii
Acknowledgementsviii
Introduction: analytical Thomism and faithful reasonx
PART I Catholicism and philosophy1(42)
1 Thomism and the future of Catholic philosophy
3(12)
2 Maclntyre's Thomist revival: what next?
15(16)
3 The diversity of philosophy and the unity of its vocation: some philosophical reflections on Fides et Ratio
31(12)
PART II Faith and reason43(70)
4 Critical orthodoxy
45(14)
5 Infallibility, authority and faith
59(16)
6 Incarnational anthropology
75(19)
7 Examining the Assumption
94(19)
PART III Ethics and politics113(70)
8 Medieval and Renaissance ethics
115(14)
9 Natural law and ethical pluralism
129(23)
10 From law to virtue and back again: on Veritatis Splendor
152(12)
11 Can a Catholic be a liberal? Catholic social teaching and communitarianism
164(13)
12 Religious toleration
177(6)
PART IV Education and spirituality183(52)
13 Chesterton's philosophy of education
185(14)
14 Religion in education: in defence of a tradition
199(12)
15 Catholic education and Catholic identity
211(10)
16 The need of spirituality in Catholic education
221(14)
PART V Beauty and contemplation235(45)
17 Medieval and Renaissance aesthetics
237(6)
18 Form, meaning and value: a history of the philosophy of architecture
243(13)
19 Admiring the high mountains: the aesthetics of environment
256(10)
20 De Consolatione Philosophiae
266(14)
Index280
Optryk af 1. edition 2004