AMA Bibliography

Articles Published by the American Maritain Association[1]: 1981-2014[2]

Articles Published by the American Maritain Association[1]: 1981-2014[2]

 

Adler, Mortimer J. “Great Books, Democracy, and Truth.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 33-46.

 

Allard, Jean-Louis. “Maritain’s Epistemology of Modern Science: A Summary Presentation.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 174-84.

 

Allard, Jean-Louis. “‘Le témoignage intellectuellement manifesté.’” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 273-79.

 

Allen, R.S.M., Prudence.[3] “Mary And The Vocation Of Philosophers.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 51-76.

 

Allen, R.S.M., Prudence. “A Life Shared: The Complementarity of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 23-48.

Anastaplo, George. “Democracy and Philosophy: On Yves R. Simon and Mortimer J. Adler.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 79-85.

 

Anastaplo, George. “The Forms of our Knowing: A Somewhat Socratic Introduction.”[4] Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 1-30.

 

Andic, Martin. “Connaturality.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 147-62.

 

Arias, Jr., David. “The Shadow of Molinism: Reflections of Grace and Liberty in Maritain.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 97-110.

 

Arraj, James. “Nonlocality and Maritain’s Dream of a Philosophy of Nature.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 269-75.

 

Artigas, Mariano. “The Mind of the Universe: Understanding Science and Religion.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 113-25.

 

Ashley, O.P., Benedict M. “Thomism and the Transition from the Classical World-View to Historical-Mindedness.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 109-22.

 

Ashley, O.P., Benedict M.[5] “The End of Philosophy and the End of Physics: A Dead End.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 12-22.

 

Ashley, O.P., Benedict M. “Introduction.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 1-18.

 

Asselin, Don[6] T. “Foundationalism and Foundation in Strauss and Maritain.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 119-32.

 

Asselin, Don T. “A Weakness in the ‘Standard Argument’ for Natural Immortality.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 17-27.

 

Asselin, Don T. “Catholic Philosophy, Realism, and the Postmodern Dilemma.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 23-37.

 

Augros, Michael. “The Disparity Of Disagreement in Science and Philosophy.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 3-20.

 

Bauer, Michael. “Heidegger and Aquinas on the Self as Substance.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 38-57.

 

Bertrand, Samantha. “Aristotle’s Gentleman: A Good and Noble Philosophy of Education.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 263-79.

 

Bird, Otto. “A Dialectical Version of Philosophical Discussion.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 57-64.

 

Blackwell, Richard J. “Maritain on the Relationship Between the Philosophy of Nature and Modern Science (Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Views on the Philosophy of Nature’ by John C. Cahalan).” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 219-27.

 

Boyle, William J. “Maritain and the Future of Reason.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 155-64.

 

Braman, Brian J. “Epiphany and Authenticity: The Aesthetic Vision of Charles Taylor.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 224-36.

 

Brent, O.P., James. “Knowing Whether To Believe.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 251-63.

 

Brown, Montague. “Fairness, Freedom, and Responsibility.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 284-98.

 

Brown, Montague. “Introduction: The Analogy of Love.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp, vii-xiii.

 

Budziszewski, J. “Denying What We Can’t Not Know.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 159-65.

 

Burrell, C.S.C., David B. “Jacques Maritain and Bernard Lonergan on Divine and Human Freedom.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 161-68.

 

Burrell, C.S.C., David B. “Reflections on ‘Negative Theology’ in the Light of a Recent Venture to Speak of ‘God Without Being.’” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 58-67.

 

Bush, William. “Raissa, Jacques and the Abyss of Christian Orthodoxy.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 25-32.

 

Bush, William. “Bernanosian Barbs and Maritain’s Marigny Lecture.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 81-94.

 

Bush, William. “Bloy, Maritain, and Salvation by the Jews.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 179-93.

 

Bush, William. “Maritain and the Pursuit of Happiness in Light of Claudel, Péguy, and Bernanos.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 220-34.

 

Butera, Giuseppe. “Introduction: The Philosophy Of Nature Is The Beginning Of Wisdom.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), ix-xx.

 

Butera, Giuseppe. “Incomplete Persons: Thomas Aquinas On Separated Souls And The Identity Of The Human Person.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 61-82.

 

Cahalan, John C. “Maritain’s Views on the Philosophy of Nature.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 185-218.

 

Cahalan, John C. “Making Something Out of Nihilation.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 191-202.

 

Cahalan, John C. “On the Training of Thomists.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 133-48.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “Some Remarks on Metaphysics and Knowledge by Means of Notions (Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Metaphysics’ by R.J. Henle, S.J.).” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 55-60.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “Modernization and Human Values.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 159-70.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “Modernization of the Law of the Prise de conscience.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 227-36.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “Human Suffering and Our Post-Civilized Cultural Mind: A Maritainian Analysis.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 201-14.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “The Self, Intersubjectivity, and the Common Good.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 281-92.

 

Califano, Joseph J. “Truth and Suffering.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 268-80.

 

Capeheart, James. “Incarnate Spirit: Proper Thomistic Definition of the Human Being or Merely a Description of the Human Soul?” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 83-98.

 

Caplin, Diane. “The Good Citizen and the Demands of Democracy: An Application of the Political Philosophy of Yves R. Simon.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 293-306.

 

Casanova, Carlos A. “Christian Identity and Scholarly Vocation in a Secularized Society.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 211-24.

 

Cessario, O.P., Romanus. “Virtue Theory and the Present Evolution of Thomism.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 291-300.

 

Cessario, O.P., Romanus. “John Poinsot: On the Gift of Counsel.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 163-78.

 

Cessario, O.P., Romanus. “Freedom and Satisfaction.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 207-25.

 

Chamberlain, Stephen. “Aquinas, Psychoanalysis, and the Internal Sense Faculties.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 26-40.

 

Chamberlain, Stephen.  “Gilson and Maritain on Art and Poetry: The Question of Poetic Imagination and Creative Intuition.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 88-100.

 

Clair, Joseph Allan. “Introduction.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. v-xxvi.

 

Clarke, S.J., W. Norris. “Thomism and Contemporary Philosophical Pluralism.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 91-108.

 

Cochran, Clarke E. and Rourke, Thomas. “Moving Beyond Ideology in Christian Economic Thought: Yves R. Simon and the Recent Debates.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 307-31.

 

Colapietro, Vincent M. “History, Tradition, and Truth.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 123-32.

 

Colvert, Gavin T. “The Spirit of Medieval Philosophy in a Postmodern World.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 32-56.

 

Colvert, Gavin T. “Maritain and the Idea of a Catholic University.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 44-65.

 

Colvert, Gavin T. “Aquinas and the Limits of Political Authority: Natural Lawyer or Virtue Politician?” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 130-61.

 

Colvert, Gavin T. “Introduction.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. vii-xxix.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Religious Freedom as Catholic Crisis.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 226-41.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Imitating Nature: Maritain’s Reservations Concerning Artistic Mimesis.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 241-48.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Friendship and Political Virtue: Rereading Aristotle.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 125-29.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Job, Our Contemporary.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 13-19.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Freud as Political Adversarius.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 19-25.

 

Conley, S.J., John J. “Introduction: Disputed Questions of Redemption.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. vii-xii.

 

Conley, S.J. John J. “Sign, Symbol, Initiatory Sacrament.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 163-69.

 

Conley, S.J. John J.  Toward a Christian Philosophy of Art.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 157-67.

 

Cooper, John W. “Natural Law and Economic Humanism.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 147-58.

 

Cross, Bryan R. “St. Thomas Aquinas on Unity as an End of Love.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 168-78.

 

Cross, Bryan R. “Aquinas on the Original Harmonies and the Problem of Evil.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 237-48.

 

Cuddeback, John A. “Truth and Friendship: The Importance of the Conversation of Friends.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 26-33.

 

Cuddeback, John A. “A Free Culture: Living the Primacy of the For-Itself.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 47-60.

 

Cuddeback, John A. “Yves R. Simon and Aquinas on Willing the Common Good.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 58-72.

 

Cuddeback, Matthew. “Form and Fluidity: The Aquinian Roots of Maritain’s Doctrine of the Spiritual Preconscious.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 34-44.

 

Cullen, S.J., Christopher M. “Transcendental Thomism: Realism Rejected.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 72-86.

 

Cullen, S.J., Christopher M. “Scholastic Hylomorphism and Western Art: From the Gothic to the Baroque.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 45-57.

 

Cullen, S.J., Christopher M. “Dignitatis Humane and a Catholic Society: The Confessional State as a Perennial Possibility.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 242-54.

 

Culpepper, Gary. “A Marriage Made in Heaven: The Maritains on Spousal Love and Mystical Life.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 255-65.

 

Deavel, Catherine. “Creator, Artist, and Craftsman.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 75-88.

 

Dechert, Charles, R. “Truth Values and Cultural Pluralism.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 259-70.

 

Deely, John N. “Quid Sit Postmodernismus?” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 68-96.

 

Deely, John N. “Maritain, Ratzinger, And The New Era Of Intellectual Culture.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 204-24.

 

Deely, John N. “Gilson, Poinsot, Maritain, and the Future of Thomism.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 245-63.

 

De Groot, Jean. “Distinguishing Between Natural Philosophy And Science: The Case Of Ancient Mechanics.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 225-42.

 

De Haan, Daniel D. “Simon and Maritain on the Vocation of Species in Medio.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 54-82.

 

DeKoninck, Thomas. “Réflexions sur l’intelligence.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 55-70.

 

Delfino, Robert A. “Mystical Theology in Aquinas and Maritain.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 253-68.

 

DeMarco, Donald. “The Fundamental Role of Duty in Jacques Maritain’s Moral Philosophy.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 61-75.

 

DeMarco, Donald. “The Darkening of the Intellect: Four Ways of Sinning Against the Light.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 69-80.

 

DeMarco, Donald. “Descartes, Mathematics and Music.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 35-44.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “The Contemporaneity of Maritain’s Existence and the Existent.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 267-72.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “Being is Better than Freedom.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 253-62.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “The Philosophical Catbird Seat: A Defense of Maritain’s Philosophia Perennis.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 65-76.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “Always the Metaphysician: Maritain’s Ontology of anti-Racism.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 36-50.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “The Loss of the Knowing Subject in Contemporary Epistemology.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 128-49.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “Can Jacques Maritain Save Liberal Democracy from Itself?” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 257-69.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “Abortion and Ideology.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 265-83.

 

Dennehy, Raymond. “How Maritain May Have Bridged The Gap Between Metaphysics And Activism.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 180-203.

 

de Torre, Joseph M. “Morality and Christian Morality.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 264-78.

 

de Torre, Joseph M. “Thomism and Postmodernism.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 248-57.

 

de Torre, Joseph M. “Maritain’s ‘Integral Humanism’ and Catholic Social Teaching.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 202-08.

 

de Torre, Joseph M. “The Mysterious Value of the Human Person.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 31-42.

 

de Torre, Joseph M. “The Common Good and the Good Society: The Genesis of a Concept and its Consequences.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 31-39.

 

Dewan, O.P., Lawrence. “St. Thomas And The Renewal of Metaphysics.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 166-83.

 

DiNoia, O.P., J. A. “Thomism After Thomism: Aquinas and the Future of Theology.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 231-46.

 

Doering, Bernard. “Loneliness and the Existent: The Dark Nights of Raissa Maritain and Pierre Reverdy.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 11-24.

 

Doering, Bernard. “The Philosophy of Work and the Future of Civilization: Maritain, Weil and Simon.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 49-67.

 

Doering, Bernard. “The Origin and Development of Maritain’s Idea of the Chosen People.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 17-35.

 

Doering, Bernard. “Lacrimae Rerum–Tears at the Heart of Things: Jacques Maritain and Georges Rouault.”[7] Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 204-23.

 

Doering, Bernard. “Jacques Maritain, Charles Journet, and Humanae Vitae.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 150-62.

 

Doering, E. Jane. “Simone Weil: Love of God, Affliction, and a New Saintliness.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 67-77.

 

Doolan, Gregory. “Maritain, St. Thomas Aquinas, and the First Principles of Natural Law.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 127-39.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. “John Courtney Murray: A Thomist on the Truths We Hold.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 265-78.

 

Dougherty, Jude P. “Nova et Vetera: Maritain as Critic.”[8] Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 1-11.

 

Downey, Patrick. “Dante, Aquinas, and the Roots of the Modern Aesthetization of Reality.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 85-95.

 

Dumsday, Travis. “Have The Laws Of Nature Been Eliminated?” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 111-28.

 

Dumsday, Travis. “Introduction: The Wisdom of Youth.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. xi-xviii.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “Exiles and Fugitives: The Maritain-Tate-Gordon Letters.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 27-35.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “Maritain on the Song of Songs.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 315-23.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “The Majesty Of Intersubjectivity: Maritain And Marcel Contra Cartesian Subjectivity.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 145-58.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “Un seul amour en nous: Human and Divine Love in Maritain and Literature.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 64-75.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “Maritain’s Influence on American Literature.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 226-34.

 

Dunaway, John Marson. “‘Art With All Its Teeth.’” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 168-77

 

Duncan, Roger. “Freedom and the Unconscious.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 179-90.

 

Duncan, Roger. “Maritain’s Unnatural Acts.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 212-19.

 

Edman, Rosalind Smith. “Feminism, Postmodernism and Thomism Confront Questions of Gender.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 97-106.

 

Erb III, Frederick. “Preserving the ‘Catholic Moment’ by Inaugurating Catholic Studies at Non-Catholic Colleges and Universities.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 219-47.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “‘Pati Divina’: Mystical Union in Aquinas.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002),” pp. 73-96.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “From Rivulets to the Fountain’s Source: Image and Love in Aquinas’ Christian Anthropology.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 61-91.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “Chosen For Glory: Aquinas On Vocation To The Supernatural.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 230-52.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “The Mountain and the Valley: Medieval Orderings of Contemplation and Action.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 193-215.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “Natural Mysticism—Gateway or Detour? Aquinas, Maritain, and the Core/Contextualist Debate.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 23-53.

 

Erb, Heather McAdam. “Springs of Abundant Life in the Philosophical and Theological Orders: Maritain, Bergson, and Aquinas.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 201-23

 

Evans, John X. “Jacques Maritain, Heroic Humanism and the Gospel.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 179-98.

 

Fallon, Robert. “Knowledge and Subjectivity in Maritain, Stravinsky, and Messiaen.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 284-302.

 

Feingold, Lawrence. “The Vision of God in Christ: ‘Who Loved me and Gave Himself for Me.’” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 218-32.

 

Feldmeier, Peter. “Maritain on Eros and Agape: Entering the Paradox.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 179-90.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Without Me You Can Do Nothing.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 227-34.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Adler’s The Idea of Freedom.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 47-56.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Gilson, Aeterni Patris, and the Direction of Twenty-First Century Catholic Philosophy.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 83-90.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Hilaire Belloc and The Jews.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 214-27.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Maritain and Gilson on Painting.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 190-99.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Maritain and Gilson on the Challenge of Political Democracy.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 61-69.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Gilson and Maritain on the Principle of Sufficient Reason.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 120-27.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “A Tribute to Rev. Gerald B. Phelan: Educator & Lover of Truth.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 97-102.

 

FitzGerald, Desmond J. “Anton Pegis’s Thomistic Theory of Man as an Incarnate Spirit.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 92-105.

 

Flippen, Doug. “The Non Abstractive and Non Conceptual Character of Poetic Intuition in Maritain.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 160-75.

 

Fodor, Sarah J. “‘No Literary Orthodoxy’: Flannery O’Connor, the New Critics, and Jacques Maritain.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 247-56.

 

Fossati, William J. “Maximum Influence from Minimum Abilities: La Mettrie and Radical Materialism.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 45-57.

 

Fossati, William J. “Out of the Shadow: Henri Bergson and Three French Philosophers.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 276-83.

 

Fossati, William J. “Jacques Maritain and Emmanuel Mounier On America: Two Catholic Views.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 270-83.

 

Freddoso, Alfred J. “Fides et Ratio: A ‘Radical’ Vision of Intellectual Inquiry.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 13-31.

 

Froelich, Gregory. “Ultimate End and Common Good in Summa Theologiae, Secunda Pars.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 301-04.

 

Fuller, Timothy. “Jacques Maritain and Michael Oakeshott on the Modern State.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 24-33.

 

Furton, Edward. “Richard Hooker as Source of the Founding Principles of American Natural Law.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 101-09.

 

Gallagher, Donald Arthur.[9] “Recollections of Three Thinkers: Adler, Simon, and Maritain.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 13-32.

 

Gallagher, Donald Arthur. “Message to the American Maritain Association and the Canadian Jacques Maritain Association.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 277-78.

 

Gallagher, Donald Arthur. “The Philosophy of Culture in Jacques Maritain.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain, pp. 277-86, (1990).

 

Gallagher, Donald Arthur. “The Reception of the Maritain Medal.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 249-55.

 

Gallagher, Rev. Daniel B. “‘The Obedience Of Faith’ In Dei Verbum: A Pauline Phrase And Its Implications For Catholic Intellectual Life.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 30-50.

 

Gallagher, Rev. Daniel B. “Art, Otherness, and History in Maritain, Gilson, and De Finance.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 41-52.

 

Gallagher, Rev. Daniel B. “Sympathy or Sell-out? Maritain’s Relationship with Cocteau and the Avant-Garde,” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 3-23.

 

Garcia, J.L.A. “White Nights of the Soul: Christopher Nolan’s Insomnia & the Renewal of Moral Reflection in Film.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 174-210.

 

Garcia, Laura L. “Does Maritain Solve the Problem of Evil?” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 103-29.

 

Gardner, O.P., Elinor. “Nature And Rights: The Meaning Of A Universal Agreement On Human Rights.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 215-29.

 

Giebel, Heidi M. and Benjamin I. Huff. “Justice, Benevolence, and Friendship. A Confucian Revision to Thomistic Ethics? The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 310-28.

 

Geis, Robert. “Descartes’s Res: An Interactionist Difficulty.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 22-34.

 

George, Marie I. “The Catholic Faith, Scripture, and the Question of the Existence of Intelligent Extra-terrestrial Life.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 135-45.

 

George, Marie I. “Aquinas on Trust and Our Social Nature.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 110-25.

 

George, Marie I. “Humans And Apes: On Whether Language Usage, Knowledge Of Others’ Beliefs, And Knowledge Of Others’ Emotions Indicate That They Differ When It Comes To Rationality.”  Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), 163-89.

 

George, Marie I. “Aquinas on the Bonum honestumA Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 233-50.

 

George, O.M.I., Francis Cardinal. “Introduction.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. xiii-xxii.

 

Goodreau, John R. “Kant’s Contribution to the Idea of Democratic Pluralism.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 99-112.

 

Goyette, John. “Augustine versus Newman on the Relation between Sacred and Secular Science.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 202-18.

 

Graham, Joseph M. “The Philosophy of Nature, Empirical Science, Metaphysics (Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Views on the Philosophy of Nature’ by John C. Cahalan).” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 228-35.

 

Grant, W. Matthews. “Thomist or Relativist? MacIntyre’s Interpretation of adaequatio intellectus et rei.”[10] Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 102-19.

 

Grant, W. Matthews “The Naturalistic Fallacy and Natural Law Methodology.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 168-81.

 

Green, Catherine. “Freedom and Determination: An Examination of Yves R. Simon’s Ontology of Freedom.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 89-100.

 

Green, Catherine. “Work, Rest, and Generosity.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 49-60.

 

Green, Catherine. “It Takes One to Know One: Connaturality–Knowledge or Prejudice?” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 43-55.

 

Gueguen, John A. “Parallels on Work, Theory, and Practice in Yves R. Simon and John Paul II.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 153-61.

 

Haggerty, Donald. “The Agent Intellect and the Energies of Intelligence.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 20-33.

 

Haggerty, William P. “The Question of Modernity in the Political Thought of Heinrich Rommen.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 34-48.

 

Haggerty, William P. “From The Relative To The Absolute: Louis De Raeymaker’s ‘Metaphysical Proof’ For The Existence Of God.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 103-27.

 

Hain, Raymond. “Individuality and Personality in Maritain and Classical Hindu Philosophy.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 63-73.

 

Hall, Terry. “Neutral Frameworks, the Rule of Law and the Common Good.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 110-26.

 

Hall, Terry. “Dirty Hands in Politics? Maritain’s Answer to Machiavelli.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 93-103.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “A Return to the Crossroads: A Maritainian View of the New Educational Reformers.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 241-60.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. and Simon, Anthony O. “Introduction: Lessons and Reminders.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 1-16.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “Preserving Our Memory.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 281-87.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “What Happened To The Catholic University?” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 81-91.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “A Critique of Social Construct Theory.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 242-58.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “A Counterfeit Choice.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 259-62.

 

Hancock, Curtis L. “Why Can’t Philosophers and Poets Get Along? Reflections on an Ancient Quarrel.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 267-85.

 

Hanink, James G. “Transcending Right and Left: A Question of Virtue.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 171-78.

 

Hanink, James G. “Liberalism and Legitimacy: An Indictment.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 113-23.

 

Hanink, James G. “Knowing Subjectivity: Jacques Maritain and John Crosby.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 91-101.

 

Hanink, James G. “Maritain, Augustine, & Liberalism on ‘Judge Not!’’ Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 126-36.

 

Hanink, James G. “Maritain, Connaturality, and the American Family.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 221-35.

 

Hanink, James G. “Analogy: Mischief, Malice, and Metaphysics.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 253-67.

 

Hanink, James G. “Vocation, Family, and the Academy: Signa Perscrutandi.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 218-29.

 

Hanink, James G. “Does The Philosophy Of Nature Need The Intuition Of Being? If So, What Is It?” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 99-110.

 

Hanink, James G. “In Defense Of The Intuition Of Being.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 167-80.

 

Hanink, James G. “On Love’s Object: Maritain, Pascal, and Spaemann.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 53-63.

 

Hanink, James G. “To Renew the Theory of Evil,” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. ix-xxiv.

 

Hanink, James G. “Contemplation, Martyrdom, and the Principle of Gratuitousness.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 232-41.

 

Hanink, James G. “Whether Beauty Will Save the World.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 145-56.

 

Hanke, John W. “Maritain’s Philosophy of Art and Poetry.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), 61-80.

 

Harter, Wayne H. “Dangerous Music.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 211-23.

 

Hartmann, Herbert E. “The Role of Love in Practical Reasoning.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 89-99.

 

Harvanek, S. J., Robert F. “Discussion of McCool: From Unity to Pluralism.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 77-82.

 

Heffernan, Jeanne M. “Art: A ‘Political’ Good?” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 259-86.

 

Heffernan, Jeanne M. “Acknowledging Ambiguity and Difference in Politics: A Christian Realist Challenge to Thomists.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 87-98.

 

Heffernan, Jeanne M. “The Philosophy and Politics of Freedom: Classical Solutions to Modern Problems.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 312-21.

 

Hellman, John. “Maritain and the Rise of Fascism.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 33-44.

 

Hellman, John. “Maritain, Simon, and Vichy’s Elite Schools.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 165-80.

 

Hellman, John. “World War II and the Anti-Democratic Impulse in Catholicism.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 95-116.

 

Hellman, John. “The Jews in the ‘New Middle Ages’: Jacques Maritain’s Anti-Semitism in Its Times.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 89-103.

 

Henle, S.J., R.J. “Maritain’s Metaphysics: A Summary Presentation.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 32-54.

 

Hibbs, Thomas. “Moral Crisis and the Turn to Narrative.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp.  194-211.

 

Hibbs, Thomas S. “The Revival of Prudence.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 107-17.

 

Hibbs, Thomas S. “Portraits of the Artist: Joyce, Nietzsche, and Aquinas.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 117-37.

 

Higgins, David. “Evil in Maritain and Lonergan: The Emerging Possibility of a Synthesis.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 235-42.

 

Hittinger, John P. “The Intuition of Being: Metaphysics or Poetry?” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 71-82.

 

Hittinger, John P. “Approaches to Democratic Equality: Maritain, Simon, and Kolnai.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 237-52.

 

Hittinger, John P. and Timothy Fuller. “Introduction: Maritain and the Reassessment of the Liberal State.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 1-8.

 

Hittinger, John P. “The Cooperation of Church and State: Maritain’s Argument from the Unity of the Person.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 179-201.

 

Hittinger, John P. “Introduction: Odysseus’ Bow And The Catholic Philosopher.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. ix-xxxvi.

 

Hittinger, Russell. “Reasons for a Civil Society.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 11-23.

 

Hochschild, Joshua P. “Form, Essence, Soul: Distinguishing Key Principles Of Thomistic Metaphysics.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 36-60.

 

Hollenberg, Katie. “Respect for Persons As A Guide to Genetic Enhancement.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 194-203.

 

Holloway, Carson. “Strauss, Darwinism, and Natural Right.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 106-29.

 

Hren, Joshua. “The Sound and the Fury, Symbolizing Something: Maritain and Percy on the Paradoxical Miracle at the Limits of Language.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 235-50.

 

Hudson, Deal W. “Can Happiness Be Saved?” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 257-66.

 

Hudson, Deal W. “Maritain and Happiness in Modern Thomism.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 263-76.

 

Hudson, Deal W. “The Future of Thomism: An Introduction.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 7-22.

 

Hudson, Deal W. “Are the Poor Blessed? On Happiness and Beatitude.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 235-52.

 

Hughes, Brian. “Maritain and Newman: Theology, Intellectual Freedom and Human Transcendence in University Education.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 1-12 and Addendum 1-8.

 

Jacobs, James M. “Moral Absolutes, Moral Relativism, and Political Representation.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 40-58.

 

Jacobs, James M. “Introduction: A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith, and Human Transcendence.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. xi-xxvi.

 

Jacobs, James M. “Christian Philosophy: Reconciling the Temporal and the Eternal.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 264-81.

 

Jaroszynski, Piotr. (Translator Hugh McDonald.) “Freedom and Tolerance.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 255-64.

 

Jaspers, Andrew. “Four-Dimensional Objects And The Philosophy Of Nature: Maritain And Simon’s Timely Contributions To Anglo-American Metaphysics.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 129-48.

 

Jaspers, Andrew. “The Evil of Lying: A Case in Thomistic Realism.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 283-92.

 

Jaspers, Andrew. “Artistic and Spiritual Inspiration: Maritain’s Augustinian Thomism.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 101-111.

 

Jensen, Steven. “Why The Senses Cannot Have Truth: The Need For Abstraction.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 3-20.

 

Joensen, William M. “The ‘Normal’ Pursuit of Eudaimonia, and the American Family.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 236-62.

 

Keating, James F. “The Proper Role of Credibility in the Work of Theology.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 130-49.

 

Keefe, S.J., Donald J. “John Paul II on the Eucharistic Foundation of Marriage and the Marital Foundation of a Free Society.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 201-17.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “Deconstruction and Artistic Creation: ‘Maritain and the Bad Boys of Philosophy.’” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 118-27.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “The Elements of Discord: The Sine Qua Non of Education.”[11] The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 92-101.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “Art’s Invaluable Uselessness.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 99-116.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “Knowing Our Knowings.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 56-65.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “The Sine Qua Non of Love: A Pluralism Within.”[12] Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 34-43.

 

Kerr, Gregory J. “Anthony Flew And Intelligent Design.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), 80-98.

 

Kerr, Gregory J.  “Comedy and the Receptive Intuition: Henri Bergson and Jacques Maritain.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 131-44.

 

Killoran, John. “A Moral Realist Perspective on Yves R. Simon’s Interpretation of Habitus.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 88-103.

 

Klassen, David. “Jacques Maritain and Natural Rights: The Priority of Metaphysics Over Politics.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 162-75.

 

Klenicki, Rabbi Leon. “Jacques Maritain’s Vision of Judaism.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 72-88.

 

Klenicki, Rabbi[13] Leon. “Culture: Blessing or Misfortune for the Jewish Religious Commitment?” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 280-96.

 

Klofft, Christopher P. “Making Love in the Pew: The Relational Interplay between Sexuality and Liturgy.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 233-42.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “Editor’s Preface.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), 1 page, unnumbered.

 

Knasas, John F.X.  “How Thomistic is the Intuition of Being?” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 83-92.

 

Knasas, John F.X.  “Gilson vs. Maritain: The Start of Thomistic Metaphysics.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 169-84.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “A Heideggerian Critique of Aquinas and a Gilsonian Reply.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 128-40.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “The Postmodern Notion of Freedom and Aquinas’s Ratio Entis.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 212-27.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “Transcendental Thomist Methodology and Maritain’s ‘Critical Realism.’” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 66-77.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “Maritain and the Cry of Rachel.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 91-102.

 

Knasas, John F.X. “Being and the Twenty-First Century Thomist.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 3-22.

 

Koritansky, Peter Karl. “Natural Inclination As The Basis For Natural Law.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), 205-14.

 

Koritansky, Peter Karl. “Introduction: Recovering Maritain’s Personalism Amidst the Challenge of Modernity.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. xi-xxvii.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph W. “The Doctrine of Participation in Thomistic Metaphysics.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 185-96.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph. “A Biblical View of Natural Law in the Book of Wisdom.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 253-63.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph W. “Unreliable Tools.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 141- 48.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph. “Education: Restoring the Goal of Development to the Ideal of Learning.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 153-62.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph. “On the Aristotelian Heritage of John of Damascus.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp.  58-71.

 

Koterski, S.J., Joseph W. “The Arts and Authority.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (1999), pp. 269-86.

 

Koyzis, David T. “Yves R. Simon’s Contribution to a Structural Political Pluralism.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 131-40.

 

Kraynak, Robert P. “Catholicism and the Declaration of Independence: An American Dilemma about Natural Rights.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 1-30.

 

Krom, Michael. “Contemplation in America? Maritainian Reflections on Life in the New World. Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 216-31.

 

Kuic, Vukan. “Introduction.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. iii-v.

 

Kuic, Vukan. “Existential Realism and Freedom of Choice.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 215-26.

 

L’Abbé, Pierre. “Maritain and Péguy: A Reassessment.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 45-54.

 

LaCroix, S.J., Wilfred. L. “A Fresh Look at the Principle of the Double Effect.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 125-37.

 

Lauder, Robert E. “Creative Intuition in American Film: Maritain at the Movies.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain, pp. 133-42, (1990).

 

Lauder, Robert E. “Maritain: Philosophy, The Catholic University and Truth.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 118-27.

 

Le, O.P., Anne Frances Ai. “Contemplata aliis tradere: The Universal Call to Contemplation and Its Implications.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 242-56.

 

Le, O.P., Anne Frances Ai. “Maritain on Art and Faith: ‘Conspiring Towards Heaven,” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 24-37.

 

Lee, Patrick. “St. Thomas on Love of Self and Love of Others.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 235-52.

 

Legault, Michel. “De l’existence et de l’éducation.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 117-26.

 

Lewis, V. Bradley. “Liberal Democracy, Natural Law and Jurisprudence: Thomistic Notes on an Irish Debate.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 140-58.

 

London, Herbert I. “The State of the Academy and the Hope for the Future.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 29-34.

 

Long, Steven A. “Causal Entailment, Sufficient Reason, and Freedom.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 13-46.

 

Long, Steven A. “God, Freedom, and the Permission of Evil.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 130-54.

 

Loughran, Thomas. “Three Versions of the Nonmoral Good.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 160-78.

 

Lund-Molfese, Nicholas C. “Maritain’s Contribution to the Development of the Magisterium of Means.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 228-40.

 

Mahoney, Marianne. “Prudence as the Cornerstone of the Contemporary Thomistic Philosophy of Freedom.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 117-30.

 

Manchester, Eric. “Creation and the Probability (But Not Necessity) of Evil.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 225-36.

 

Manchester, Eric. “Beatitude as the Foundation of Freedom: Re-Reading the First Amendment in Light of Maritain.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 175-92.

 

Mancini, Matthew J. “Nominalism, Usury, and Bourgeois Man.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 217-26.

 

Mancini, Matthew J. “Maritain’s American Illusions.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 39-48.

 

Marsh, James. “Postmodernism: A Lonerganian Retrieval and Critique.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 149-67.

 

McCauliff, Catherine M.A. “The Friendship of Pope Paul VI and Jacques Maritain.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 20-32.

 

McCool, S. J., Gerald A. “Maritain’s Epistemology: A Summary Presentation.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 1-23.

 

McCool, S. J., Gerald A. “Is Thomas’s Way of Philosophizing Still Viable Today?” The Future of Thomism (1991), pp. 51-64.

 

McCool, S. J., Gerald A. “A Preface.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 1-6.

 

McGovern, Mark. “Synderesis: A Key to Understanding Natural Law in Aquinas.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 104-24.

 

McInerny, Daniel. “Editor’s Note.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. ix-x.

 

McInerny, Daniel. “A Humble and Trembling Movement: Creative Intuition and Maritain’s Philosophy of Education. The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 188-99.

 

McInerny, Daniel. “The Novel as Practical Wisdom.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 138-46.

 

McInerny, Ralph. “The Degrees of Practical Knowledge.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 119-35.

 

McInerny, Ralph. “Adler on Freedom.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 65-72.

 

McInerny, Ralph. “Reflections on Maritain’s Le Crépuscule de la Civilisation.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 287-92.

 

McInerny, Ralph. “On Yves R. Simon as a Moral Philosopher.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 76-87.

 

McInerny, Ralph. “A Bracelet of Bright Hair About the Bone.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 1-8, (2000).

 

McInerny, Ralph. “Maritain as Model of the Catholic Scholar.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 192-201.

 

McLaughlin, Robert J. “The Catholic College: At The Crossroad Or At The End Of The Road?” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 102-17.

 

Mesa, James P. “The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: The Aesthetic in Moral Imagination.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 237-44.

 

Mesa, James P. and Traffas, John R. “Capital Punishment or Prudential Execution?” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 182-93.

 

Michel, Florian. “Jacques and Raïssa Maritain: Reputation for Holiness and Spiritual Fruitfulness.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 3-22.

 

Millard, John F. “Maritain and America: Reflections on a Friendship.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 33-40.

 

Moes, Mark. “Metaphysics, Epistemology, and Theology in Plato’s Theaetetus 151d-187e and in Maritain’s Bergsonian Philosophy and Thomism.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 179-200.

 

Montgomery, Marion. “Thomism and Romantic Confusions of the Good: Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 197-216.

 

Moore, Brenna. “Out of the Shadows: Raïssa Maritain on Poetry and Making Violence Visible.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 51-66.

 

Moreland, Michael. “Jacques Maritain, Thomism and the Liberal-Communitarian Debate.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 141-54.

 

Morris, John F. “Is Medicine Today Still an Art?” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 245-58.

 

Morris, John F. “Is There a Need for Catholic Identity in Bioethics?” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 146-65.

 

Morris, John F. “Known Invincible Ignorance and Moral Responsibility: When We Know That We Don’t Know.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 206-23.

 

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Morris, John F. “Fides et Ratio and John Paul II’s Call To Catholic Philosophers: Orthodoxy And/Or The Unity Of Truth.”The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 184-200.

 

Morris, John F. “Why Must We Not Do Evil: Avoiding vs. Allowing Evil and the Principle of Double Effect.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 249-71.

 

Morrissey, Christopher S. “’The Great Visible God’: Socrates, Aristotle, And Thomas Aquinas On The Way From Nature To Nature’s God.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 83-102.

 

Morrissey, Christopher S. “The Intuition of Being: Guardian of Metaphysics in a Time of Unbelief.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 157-67.

 

Mulvaney, Robert J. “Freedom and Practical Rationality in the Thought of Yves R. Simon.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 109-16.

 

Murray, Warren. “Science, Postmodernism, and the Challenge of Philosophy in the New Century.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 126-34.

 

Nash-Marshall, Siobhan. “Evil, Pain, and the Problem of Properties.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 58-71.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Voluntarism in Ethics.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 127-36.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Freedom and Economic Organization in a Democracy.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 141-52.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Maritain’s Account of the Social Sciences.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 143-54.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Maritain and Bergson: A Friendship Regained.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 141-56.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “The Scope of Justice.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 342-57.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Music and Religion in Gilson’s Philosophy of Art.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 160-75.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Yves R. Simon on the Nature and Role of Moral Philosophy.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 242-52.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “The Ambiguity of Autonomy.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 176-87.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “A Controversy Reconsidered.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 118-32.

 

Nelson, Ralph C. “Yves R. Simon: A Question Of Calling.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 79-93.

 

Novak, Michael. “The Philosophical Meaning of American Civilization in World History.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 197-216.

 

Novak, Michael. “Maritain and the Jews.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 123-37.

 

Novak, Michael. “Epilogue.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 358-66.

 

Novak, Michael. “Maritain on the Void.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 99-111.

 

Nutt, Roger W. “Christ’s Esse and Filiation: Interpreting St. Thomas on the Metaphysical Status of Christ’s Human Nature.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 115-29.

 

O’Brien, Astrid M. “Raïssa’s Hasidic-Catholic Spirituality.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 168-78.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “Toward a Metaphysics of Human Amour Fou.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 191-202.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “Insufficient Ado About the Human Capacity for Nothing, Too Much Ado About the Human Capacity for Being, and Maritain’s Dissymmetry Solution.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 155-69.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “The Freudian and Maritainian Theories of Sublimation and Their Ontological Bases.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 41-62.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “Two False Theories of Human Equality Identified by Jacques Maritain: Applied to Feminist Issues.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 280-96.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “The Maritains on Two Types of Analogy Between Art and Graced Contemplation.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 38-53.

 

O’Connor, Bernadette E. “Maritain’s Aufhebung of Bergsonian Intuition.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 224-41.

 

O’Donnell, Charles P. “The Christian Existentialist Political Philosophy of Maritain.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 137-46.

 

O’Donnell, Charles P. “Jacques Maritain and the Future of Democratic Authority.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 71-80.

 

O’Donnell, Charles P. “A Select Bibliography on Jacques Maritain’s Writings on Jews, Christians, and Anti-Semitism.”Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 273-75.

 

O’Hara C.S.J., Mary L. “Gateways to Contemplation: Mystical Knowledge in The Degrees of Knowledge.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 89-118.

 

Oesterreicher, Msgr. John M. “Cher ami et maître.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 256-59.

 

Ollivant, Douglas A. “Editor’s Preface.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. xi-xii.

 

Ollivant, Douglas A. “The Politics of Realism: Locke, Maritain, and Hallowell on Liberalism and Knowledge.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 166-81.

 

Osenga, Katherine Anne. “Incarnate Beauty: Maritain and the Aesthetic Experience of Contemporary Icons.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 200-07.

 

Pagan Aguiar, Peter A.[14] “Natural and Supernatural Mode of Inquiry: Reason and Faith in Thomistic Perspective.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 57-72.

 

Pagan Aguiar, Peter A. “Darwin & Design: Exploring a Debate.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 103-25.

 

Pagan Aguiar, Peter A. “Faith, Physical Determinism, And Scientific Method.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 243-64.

 

Pagan Aguiar, Peter A. “The End of Democracy: Authority or Freedom from Truth?” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 104-13.

 

Palms, John M. “The Public University and the Common Good.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 19-28.

 

Pappin, III, Joseph L., “Rahner and Maritain on Existential Ethics.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 148-59.

 

Pellegrino, M.D., Edmund D. “Humanism And Bioethics: The Prophetic Voice Of Jacques Maritain (1882-1973).” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 203-17.

 

Pessagno, Jerome Meric. “The Multiconfusion of Multiculturalism.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 241-46.

 

Pieper, Josef. “The Condition of Philosophy Today.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 23-38.

 

Pierucci, Ernest S. “Great Books Business Education.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 200-07.

 

Plaza, Francisco. “Yves R. Simon’s Metaphysics of Love: A Hidden Treasure.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 145-56.

 

Pope Paul VI. “Message to Men of Thought and Science.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), p. 245.

 

Pope Paul VI. “Message to Heads of State.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), p. 246.

 

Pope Paul VI. “Discourse at the Last General Session of Vatican II.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 247-54.

 

Possenti, Vittorio. “Thomism and Practical/Public Philosophy.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 217-27.

 

Possenti, Vittorio. “Maritain and the Jewish Question.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 104-22.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Maritain and Postmodern Science.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 168-82.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Deconstruction, Onto-Theology and Thomas’s Via Negativa.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 199-211.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Ways of Knowing Metaphysical Being: Aquinas and Heidegger.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 78-90.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Aquinas, Maritain and the Metaphysical Foundation of Practical Reason.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 151-67.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Maritain and the Problem of Christian Philosophy.” Maritain and America (2009), pp.  96-117.

 

Pugh, Mathhew S. “Maritain, Instrumentalism, And The Philosophy Of Experimental Science.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 32-59.

 

Pugh, Matthew S. “Maritain, Critical Realism, and the Intuition of Being.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 101-19.

 

Raiger, Michael. “Cocteau, Opium, and Art: A Coleridgean Account of the Imagination as a Cognitive Power.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 112-28.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Tradition as ‘Bearer of Reason’ in Alasdair MacIntyre’s Moral Enquiry.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 179-93.

 

Ramos, Alice. “The Enlightened Mentality and Academic Freedom.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 35-47.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Editor’s Note.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. ix-x.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Beauty, Mind, and the Universe.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 70-84.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Editor’s Note.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. ix-x.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Evil and Providence: Toward a New Moral Order.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 268-79.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Foreword.” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. vii-xii.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Transcending Bodily Existence and Vulnerability.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 179-91.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Toward a Recovery of the Moral Sense.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 99-109.

 

Ramos, Alice. “Aesthetic Iconoclasm: Reasons, Origins, and Remedies.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 215-32.

 

Ramos-Reyes, Mario. “Latin American Democracies at the Crossroads.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 247-58.

 

Ramos-Reyes, Mario. “Catholic Positivism or Positivist Catholic? Why Did Catholics Follow Maurras?” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 229-40.

 

Raubicheck, Walter. “The Freshmen Seminar: A History of the Western University.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 220-26.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Bergsonian Recollections in Maritain.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 103-16.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Poetic Revenge and Modern Totalitarianism.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 227-40.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Anti-Semitism, Capitalism, and Democracy.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 228-45.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Private Morality and Public Enforcement.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 332-41.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Learning as Recollection–A Thomistic Approach to Recovering Higher Education.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 179-87.

 

Redpath, Peter A. “Why Descartes was not a Philosopher.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 10-21.

 

Reed, Teresa I. “Time in Relation to Self, World, and God.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 166-77.

 

Reed, Teresa I. “Time and the Human Person.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 163-78.

 

Rehak, Carrie. “The Agony and the Ecstasy of the Annunciation in Anne Sexton’s ‘The Fierceness of Female.’” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 147-59.

 

Reichberg, Gregory M. “Contextualizing Theoretical Reason: Thomas Aquinas and Postmodernity.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 183-203.

 

Reichberg, Gregory M. “Studiositas, The Virtue of Attention.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 143-52.

 

Rentto, Juha-Pekka. “The Postmodern Aquinas: A Fresh Start.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 149-58.

 

Rioux, Bertrand. “L’intuition de l’être chez Maritain.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 93-102.

 

Rizzi, Anthony. “The Science Before Science: The Grounding And Integration Of The Modern Mind And Its Science.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 60-79.

 

Rosato, Jennifer. “Holism And Realism: A Look At Maritain’s Distinction Between Science And The Philosophy Of Nature.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 21-31.

 

Rose, Mary Carmen. “Eros and the Catholic Tradition.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 28-40.

 

Rourke, Thomas R. “Moral Problems in Economic Organization in the Work of Yves R. Simon: Unequal Exchange and Man as the Principle of Integration.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 313-32.

 

Royal, Robert. “Creative Intuition, Great Books, and Freedom of Intellect.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 181-96.

 

Royal, Robert. “Human Nature and Unnatural Humanisms.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 167-200.

 

Royal, Robert. “A Tale of Two Peoples: An Introduction.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 1-16.

 

Royal, Robert. “Pegúy, Dreyfus, Maritain.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 194-213.

 

Royal, Robert. “The Forgetfulness of Beings.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 204-17.

 

Royal, Robert. “Introduction.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002) pp. 1-10.

 

Ruddy, Deborah Wallace. “Christian Humility and Democratic Citizenry: St. Augustine and Jacques Maritain.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 209-27.

 

Sanford, Jonathan J. “Aristotle, Aquinas, and the Christian Elevation of Pagan Friendship.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 100-11.

 

Sanford, Jonathan J. “On Vice and Free Choice.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 72-90.

 

Sanford, Jonathan J. “Maritain, Anscombe, and Contemporary Virtue Ethics.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 149-62.

 

Schall, S.J., James V.[15] “Introduction: Calvary or the Slaughter-house.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 1-16.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “The Mystery of ‘The Mystery of Israel.’”Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 51-71.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “On Postmodernism and the ‘Silence’ of St. Thomas.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 218-29.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “On the Education of Young Men and Women.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 128-42.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “Was Maritain a Crypto-Machiavellian?” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 87-100.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “The Natural Restoration of Fallen Angels in the Depths of Evil.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 251-68.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “On the Prospect of Paradise on Earth.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 12-25.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “The Common Good: Why Is It Good? Why Is It Common?” The Human Person and a Culture of Freedom (2009), pp. 188-206.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “The Real Alternatives to Just War.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 82-98.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “On the Fact of ‘Many Good Marriages.’” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 266-80.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “How Evil is Evil? How Good is Good?” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 47-57.

 

Schall, S.J., James V. “Why Are There Minds in the Universe?” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 282-92.

 

Schenk, O.P., Richard. “Vatican II And Jacques Maritain: Resources For The Future? Approaching the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Council.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 3-29.

 

Schindler, David L. “Christology, Public Theology, and Thomism: Henri de Lubac, Balthasar, and Murray.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 247-64.

 

Schloeder, Steven J. “The Recovery of the Symbolic.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 303-14.

 

Schloesser, S.J., Stephen. “Maritain on Music: His Debt to Cocteau.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 176-89.

 

Schulz, Joshua “Scale, Anonymity, and Political Akrasia in Aristotle’s Politics 7.4.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 295-309.

 

Scrandis, Denis A. “A Morality of the Divine Good Supremely Loved According to Jacques Maritain and John Paul II.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 225-34.

 

Scrandis, Denis A. “How Maritain’s Choice of Evil Forms the Moral Object.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 272-82.

 

Scrandis, Denis A. “Maritain and Ratzinger on the Crisis of Modern Times.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 114-22.

 

Shields, Daniel. “St. Bonaventure, St. Thomas, and Eudaimonism.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 329-43.

 

Simpson, Peter L.P. “‘We are Bruised Souls’: Maritain’s America Fifty Years On.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 3-23.

 

Slade, Francis. “Was Ist Aufklärung? Notes on Maritain, Rorty, and Bloom With Thanks But No Apologies to Immanuel Kant.”[16] The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 48-68.

 

Slade, Francis. “On the Ontological Priority of Ends and Its Relevance to the Narrative Arts.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 58-69.

 

Slade, Francis. “John Stuart Mill’s Deontological Hedonism.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 73-95.

 

Smith, Randall B. “Hope and History.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 173-99.

 

Sokolowski, Robert. “Visual Intelligence in Painting.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 129-51.

 

Sommers, Mary Catherine. “Topsy-Turvy: The Problem of Providence in Aquinas’s Commentary on Job.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 20-46.

 

Spicher, Michael R. “The Restoration of Paradise: Depicting the Sublime.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), 178-94.

 

Springsted, Eric O. “Beyond the Personal: Weil’s Critique of Maritain.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 192-202.

 

Statile, Glenn. “Forgiveness and its Discontents.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 76-88.

 

Strasser, Michael W. “Arts in Conflict.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 208-19.

 

Sugranyes de Franch, Ramon. “A Personal Memoir.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 260-66.

 

Suther, Judith D. “Poetry, Poetic, and the Maritains.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 3-10.

 

Suther, Judith D. “Images of Indestructible Israel: Raïssa Maritain on Marc Chagall.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 157-67.

 

Suther, Judith D. “Dogmatism and Belief in French Cultural Life in the 1930s.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 17-26.

 

Sweet, William. “Religious Belief, Political Culture, and Community.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 297-311.

 

Sweet. William. “Love and Dignity.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 130-44.

 

Sweetman, Brendan. “Non-Conceptual Knowledge in Jacques Maritain and Gabriel Marcel.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 41-58.

 

Sweetman, Brendan. “The Deconstruction of Western Metaphysics: Derrida and Maritain on Identity.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 230-47.

 

Sweetman, Brendan. “The Failure of Modernism.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 1-9.

 

Sweetman, Brendan. “The Pseudo-Problem of Skepticism.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 228-41.

 

Synan, Edward A. “Jacques Maritain: A Believing Philosopher.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 39-47.

 

Tedesco, Federico. “The Paradoxes of Evil as the Rationis Exodus in Deum.”  Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 3-12.

 

Tedesco, Federico. “From Maritain to Aquinas: Beyond the Polarity between Individual and Person.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 74-92.

 

Tedesco, Federico. “The Prime Analogate of Art: The Role of Logic in the Genesis of the Thomistic Theory of Making.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 57-74.

 

Toner, Christopher H. “Maritain and MacIntyre on Moral Education.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 224-41.

 

Torre, Michael D. “The Sin of Man and the Love of God.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 203-14.

 

Torre, Michael D. “Introduction: Reading between the Lines.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 1-12.

 

Torre, Michael D. “The Freedoms of Man and Their Relation to God.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 263-76.

 

Torre, Michael D. “A Fellowship Founded on Truth: The History of the Saint Ignatius Institute.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 66-75.

 

Torre, Michael D. “Murray after Fifty Years: Reflecting on America and its Proposition.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain, (2010), pp. 59-81.

 

Torre, Michael D. “To Philosophize For The Faith: Jacques Maritain’s Intellectual Vocation.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 110-31.

 

Torre, Michael D. “Maritain On The Natural Desire To See God: Reflections Appreciative And Critical.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 128-44.

 

Torre, Michael D. “The Grace of God and the Sin of Man: The Drama of Man Before God.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 170-203.

 

Torre, Michael D. “Jacques Maritain and Yves R. Simon on Freedom of Choice.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 3-18.

 

Torre, Michael D. “The ‘Annex’ to Maritain’s 1914 Lectures on ‘The Spirit of Modern Philosophy’: The Role of Germany in Modern Philosophy.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 78-98.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Foundations of Maritain’s Notion of the Artist’s ‘Self.’” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 171-78.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Maritain and Rifkin: Two Critiques.” From Twilight to Dawn: The Cultural Vision of Jacques Maritain (1990), pp. 215-23.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “‘There are No Sinners in Hell!’: Moral Judgments and Love in the Philosophy of Jacques Maritain.” Freedom, Virtue, and the Common Good (1995), pp. 138-47.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “’Radiance’: The Metaphysical Foundations of Maritain’s Aesthetics.” Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 11-19.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Different Music–The Same Keyboard: Obscene Art/Pornography and the First Amendment Debate.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 166-75.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “The Air We Breathe: The Reality of Our Knowledge and Our Knowledge of Reality.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 182-90.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Editor’s Note.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. xi-xiii.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “‘The Blind Men and the Elephant’: Understanding the Secret of Epistemological Realism.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 1-11.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “… A Truth We May Serve–A Philosophical Response to Terrorism.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 301-09.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Resolving the Tension between Tolerance and Truth: Jacques Maritain on the Moral Extremes of Relativism and Fanaticism.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 49-57.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “We Hold These Truths: Objective Truth, Reasoned Conviction, and the Survival of Democracy.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 24-30.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Gatekeeper Of Small Mistakes: An Example Of The Philosopher’s ‘Other’ Vocation.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 132-41.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “New Jeans, Blue Jeans, And Human Beings: Jacques Maritain And The Possibility Of Freedom.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 193-204.

 

Trapani, Jr., John G. “Difficult Acrobatics: ‘Gravitating Head First To The Midst Of The Stars.’” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. 159-66.

 

Tsakiridou, Cornelia A. “Vera Icona: Reflections on the Mystical Aesthetics of Jacques Maritain and the Byzantine Icon.”[17] Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 224-46.

 

Tsakiridou, Cornelia A. “When Art Fails Humanity: Jacques Maritain on Jean Cocteau, Modernism and the Crisis of European Civilization.” The Renewal of Civilization: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2010), pp. 152-73.

 

Tsakiridou, Cornelia A. “‘Redeeming Modernism’: Jacques Maritain And The Catholic Vocation.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 94-109.

 

Tsakiridou, Cornelia A. “Perceptions of Islam: Pope Benedict XVI and Jacques Maritain.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 123-48.

 

Tsakiridou, Cornelia A. “Spiritual Expressionism: Léon Bloy, the Maritains, and the Mystery of Israel.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), 203-25.

 

Unoidem, S. Iniobong. “Metaphysical Foundations of Freedom in the Social and Political Thought of Yves R. Simon.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 101-08.

 

Valentine, S. J., Timothy S. “Truth or Consequences? Maritain and Dewey on the Philosophy of Education.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 76-87.

 

Valentine, S.J., Timothy. “A Good Shepherd? Thomas Aquinas on the Names of God in the Summa Theologiae (I, Q. 13, AA. 1-7).” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 133-46.

 

Van Doren, John. “Mr. Adler and Matthew Arnold.” Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler (1989), pp. 73-78.

 

Vigliotti, Robert. “The Anti-Humanism of Technological Humanism.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 293-310.

 

Wagner, John V. “Commentary on ‘The Degrees of Practical Knowledge’ by Ralph McInerny.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 136-43.

 

Wallace, Deborah. “Jacques Maritain and Alasdair MacIntyre: The Person, the Common Good and Human Rights.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp.  127-40.

 

Ward, Leo R. “These Little Ones.” Jacques Maritain and the Jews (1994), pp. 269-72.

 

Weisheipl, O.P., James A. “Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Epistemology of Modern Science’ by Jean-Louis Allard.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 174-84.

 

West, Jason. “Maritain and Dewan on the Intuition of Being and the Birth of Metaphysics.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 147-59.

 

Westberg, Daniel. “The Relation of Law and Practical Reason in Aquinas.” The Future of Thomism (1992), pp. 279-90.

 

Westphal, Merold. “Onto-theo-logical Straw: Reflections on Presence and Absence.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 258-67.

 

White, A. Leo. “Truthfulness, the Common Good, and the Hierarchy of Goods.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 137-50.

 

Westra, Laura. “Freedom, Existence and Existentialism.” Jacques Maritain: The Man and His Metaphysics (1988), pp. 243-56.

 

Wiles, Anne M. “Becoming Oneself: Maritain on Liberal Education.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 88-96.

 

Wiles, Anne M. “Habit, Natural Law, and Natural Rights.” Human Nature, Contemplation & The Political Order: Essays Inspired by Jacques Maritain’s Scholasticism and Politics (2014), pp. 163-74.

 

Wiles, Anne M. “Maritain on Education.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 253-62.

 

Wilhelmsen, Frederick D. “Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Epistemology’ by Gerald A. McCool, S.J.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 24-31.

 

Willard, Dallas. “How Reason Can Survive the Modern University: The Moral Foundations of Rationality.” Faith, Scholarship, and Culture in the 21st Century (2002), pp. 181-91.

 

Williams, Brooke. “Commentary on ‘Maritain’s Philosophy of Art and Poetry’ by John W. Hanke.” Selected Papers From the Conference-Seminar on Jacques Maritain’s The Degrees of Knowledge (1981), pp. 81-88.

 

Williams Deely, Brooke.[18] “Contemplation Overflowing the Roads of the World: Love and Friendship in the Lives of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 3-19.

 

Wippel, Msgr. John F. “Fides et Ratio’s Call For A Renewal of Metaphysics And St. Thomas Aquinas.” The Vocation of the Catholic Philosopher: From Maritain to John Paul II (2010), pp. 145-65.

 

Wippel, Msgr. John F. “Maritain and Aquinas on Our Discover of Being.” The Wisdom Of Youth: Essays Inspired by the Early Work of Jacques and Raïssa Maritain, pp. 120-46.

 

Woldring, Henk E.S. “Education for Politics: Knowing, Responsibility, and Cultural Development.” The Common Things: Essays on Thomism and Education (1999), pp. 227-40.

 

Woldring, Henk E.S. “On the Purpose of the State: Continuity and Change in Political Theories.” The Failure of Modernism: The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism (1999), pp. 155-70.

 

Woldring, Henk E.S. “Social Justice as a Work of Art in Action.”Beauty, Art, and the Polis (2000), pp. 287-300.

 

Woldring, Henk E.S. “Constitutional Democracy in Search of Justification.” Reassessing the Liberal State: Reading Maritain’s Man and the State (2001), pp. 73-86.

 

Woldring, Henk E. S. “Understanding Freedom as a Way of Knowing Social Life.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 191-205.

 

Woldring, Henk E. S. “The Quest for Truth and Human Fellowship in a Pluralist Society.” Truth Matters: Essays in Honor of Jacques Maritain (2004), pp. 284-300.

 

Woldring, Henk E.S. “Social Cohesion of a Pluralist Civil Society: A Challenge to Maritain’s Political Philosophy.” Maritain and America (2009), pp. 31-48.

 

Wood, Robert E. “Aquinas and Heidegger: Personal Esse, Truth, and Imagination.” Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy (1997), pp. 268-80.

 

Woods, Thomas F. “Combatting The Iron-Gloved Angel: Swift and Maritain v. Descartes.” Jacques Maritain and the Many Ways of Knowing (2002), pp. 150-65.

 

Yulo, José Maria J. “Love’s Imperative: A Study of Kant and Kolbe.” Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), pp. 112-24.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “Maritain’s Rehabilitation Of The Philosophy Of Nature.” Reading the Cosmos: Nature, Science, and Wisdom (2012), pp. 149-62.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “Introduction: The Task of Thinking Reality.” Distinctions of Being: Philosophical Approaches to Reality (2013), pp. vii-xxv.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “Sexual Ethics and the Purpose of Marriage.”  Love And Friendship: Maritain and the Tradition (2013), 243-54.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “The Measure of Morality.” Aquinas & Maritain on Evil: Mystery and Metaphysics (2013), pp. 204-24.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “Philosophy and the Search for Peace.” Redeeming Philosophy: From Metaphysics to Aesthetics (2014), pp. 297-312.

 

Zunic, Nikolaj. “Aesthetic Education and the Redress of Morality.” A Piercing Light: Beauty, Faith & Human Transcendence (2015), pp. 197-214.

 

 

[1] This list was initially compiled under the direction of Alice Osberger (the Administrative Assistant of the AMA) and was reviewed and completed through 2014 by Michael D. Torre (its President then); he is the author of all of the footnotes.

 

[2] During its first ten years (from 1977-1986), the Association published only one volume: a set of papers from a “Conference-Seminar” on The Degrees of Knowledge held at St. Louis University in 1980. It published this work in 1981, printed by the Christian Board of Publication of St. Louis. Although of book length (235 pages), it had more the appearance of a set of typed papers than a book. It is no longer in print. Deal W. Hudson (then the Vice President of the AMA) and Matthew J. Mancini (then his colleague at Emory University) pointed the way to what the AMA could accomplish, jointly editing Understanding Maritain: Philosopher and Friend. This hard-bound book, published by Mercer University Press in 1988, was substantially taken from the papers of the AMA’s 1985 conference in Atlanta. Starting with its 1987 conference, and for every subsequent year thereafter, the AMA has published a book of the best essays from its yearly conference. The first, Jacques Maritain: The Man And His Metaphysics, was also published in 1988. It is now out of print. Its next volume, Freedom in the Modern World: Jacques Maritain, Yves R. Simon, Mortimer J. Adler, was published in 1989; its first printing was sold out, but its second printing, of 1990, is still in print. All of its subsequent volumes are also still in print. Starting with its next volume, published in 1990, Anthony O. Simon oversaw AMA publications. He was their General Editor for twelve volumes, through 2004. Michael D. Torre was the second AMA General Editor and oversaw the publication of eight volumes, from 2009 through 2013. Giuseppe Butera became General Editor in 2013 and is responsible for the two volumes published in 2014. Every President, starting with Deal Hudson, was responsible for editing at least one volume. Its first six volumes, from 1988-1995, were distributed by the University of Notre Dame Press; from 1997 to the present, they have been distributed by the Catholic University of America Press. The books publish around 20 of the 50-60 papers usually given at its yearly conference. The AMA established a peer-review process in 2012 and all of the essays now published, from 2014 forward, are first subject to the blind peer review of previous editors.

 

[3] Whenever a person’s religious order is given, the title of “Sr.” or “Br.” has not been included.

[4] The titles in this volume, as well as in other volumes of the series, were italicized; they are not italicized in this list. When a word was unitalicized for emphasis, it is italicized in this list (see FitzGerald, 1994).

 

[5] Occasionally, throughout the volumes, a person’s middle initial has at times been given and at times has not been given. In all such cases, the initial is included, even when not so given in the book.

 

[6] Occasionally, throughout the volumes, a person’s first name at times is initialled and at times is given in full. In all such cases, the first name is given in full, even when not so given in the book.

[7] The title of this entire article was italicized; the italicization of the Latin is retained here.

[8] The title of this entire article was italicized; the italicization of the Latin is retained here.

[9] Occasionally, throughout the volumes, a person’s middle name at times is initialled and at times is given in full. In all such cases, the middle name is given in full, even when not so given in the book.

[10] The title of this entire article was italicized; the italicization of the Latin is retained here.

[11] The title of this entire article was italicized; the italicization of the Latin is retained here.

 

[12] The title of this entire article was italicized; the italicization of the Latin is retained here.

 

[13] Occasionally, throughout the volumes, a person’s “title” (i.e. “Rabbi,” “Rev.”) has at times been given and at times has not been given. In all such cases, the title is given, even when not so given in the book.

[14] This author’s name is always given as in his second article; it is given diversely in his various articles.

[15] Occasionally, throughout the volumes, the abbreviation of a person’s religious order has at times been given and at times not. In all such cases, the abbreviation is given, even when not so given in the book.

[16] The title of this entire article was italicized; its italicization of the German is retained here.

[17] The title of this entire article was italicized; its italicization of the Latin is retained here.

[18] The author is placed here, rather than under “Deely,” to avoid confusing her as two different persons.

 

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