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1. The Incarnate Word: Volume > 9 > Issue: 1
Fr. Julio Meinvielle A Neo-Christianity without God and Christ: The Purpose of Christian Progressivism
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Fr. Andres Ayala The Thomistic Distinction between the Act of Understanding and the Formation of a Mental Word: Intelligere and Dicere in Aquinas
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Fr. Marcelo Navarro The Fabrian Vision of the Comparison of Being and Nothingness in Aquinas and Heidegger
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In this paper I follow Fabro’s analysis of “Dell’ente, dell’essere e del nulla” from the eighth chapter of his book Tomismo e Pensiero Moderno, and his explanation of essere and nulla in Heidegger and Aquinas. Remaining faithful to the author’s outline in said chapter, firstly, I highlight the essential topic of being and the openness to the Absolute in both, the Heideggerian and Thomistic metaphysical thought. Secondly, I consider the reduction of the object of metaphysics to the essence and the problem of being in Christian philosophy. Finally, I address Heidegger’s charge directed to Thomistic philosophy as interpreter of the faith. In the conclusion, by following some of the remarks of Fides et Ratio, I restate the importance of returning to Aquinas’ innovative notion of being, equally to do philosophy and theology in total openness to the Absolute, and I do so in the steps of Fabro, that is, recognizing the contributions of modern philosophy such as Heidegger’s.
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Fr. Kevin Stolt Principle of Separate Perfection
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Fr. Cornelio Fabro Thoughts from Meditation on the Our Father
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Fr. Alberto Barattero Andrés Ayala, IVE; The Radical Difference Between Aquinas and Kant: Human Understanding and the Agent Intellect in Aquinas
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Fr. Luis Prado Michael Dauphinais, Andrew Hofer, OP, and Roger W. Nutt (Editors); Thomas Aquinas and the Crisis of Christology
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Fr. Fabio Schilereff Roger Nutt and Michael Dauphinais (Editors); Thomas Aquinas, Biblical Theologian
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9. The Incarnate Word: Volume > 8 > Issue: 2
Julio Meinvielle Le Paysan de la Garonne
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Andres Ayala The Incarnation in Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit and Lectures on the Philosophy of Religion
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Alberto Barattero Fabrian Anthropology
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Nathaniel Dreyer Strange Bedfellows: Cornelio Fabro on Ludwig Wittgenstein
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Cornelio Fabro Development, Significance, and Value of the “Fourth Way”
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Richard A. Yevchak Henry Carr; The Function of the Phantasm in St. Thomas Aquinas
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Andrew Whiting B. Kyle Keltz; Thomism and the Problem of Animal Suffering
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Salvador Curutchet Peter Kwasniewski; The Ecstasy of Love in the Thought of Thomas Aquinas
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Vaughan Yaklin Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P.; The Order of Things: The Realism of the Principle of Finality
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Joseph LoJacono Thomas Storck (Editor); The Glory of the Cosmos: A Catholic Approach to the Natural World
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Marie Notre Dame de l’Espérance Guilloux Gerard M. Verschuuren; Aquinas and Modern Science: A New Synthesis of Faith and Reason
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Mariano Vicchi Gerard M. Verschuuren; Aquinas and Modern Science: A New Synthesis of Faith and Reason
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