Philosophy and Catholic Theology A Primer Philip A. Egan Glazier/Liturgical Press, $21.95, 192 pp.
From the time of Leo XIII through the 1950s, the predominant theological method in the Catholic Church was a form of Thomism, as refracted through baroque scholasticism. Within this single stream, there were various currents. Some, attempting to engage with Western philosophy’s Kantian “turn to the subject,” developed a transcendental Thomism,...
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