9 edition of Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic intellectuals found in the catalog.
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|Statement||Bernard E. Doering.|
|LC Classifications||B2430.M34 D63 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||82040377|
Doering, a member of the Notre Dame faculty since , also is the author of another book about Maritain, “Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic Intellectuals,” and editor of “The Philosopher and the Provocateur: The Correspondence of Jacques Maritain and Saul Alinski.”. Six years after the closing of Vatican II, when the Pope placed in the hands of Jacques Maintain the Council's message to the intellectuals of the world, and two years before his death at ninety-one, the aging philosopher published his last book On the Church of Christ.
(Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic Intellectuals, Notre Dame, ). The rela-tive lack of interest in Maritain on the part of historians was principally due to two reasons. The first, historiographical reason was the discredit into which the history of ideas in France had fallen, a Cited by: 3. The French Roman Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain () was the leading figure in the 20th-century renascence of Thomism. Jacques Maritain was born in Paris on Nov. 18, Under the auspices of his mother, Mauritain's religious training was Protestant and his education rationalistic and humanitarian; his Catholic father played.
jacques maritain and the french catholic intellectuals. notre dame: university of notre dame press. X, p., 22,95 d. ture] (). Rather than another book of poetry, this was a collection of studies on culture, humanism, personalism and poetry, in which the author denounced the decadent modus operandi of the modern world. In the s, strongly influenced by French Catholic intellectuals [espe cially Jacques Maritain () and some personalists allied to French.
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Maritain’s reflections on the subject are to be found in his last complete book, On the Church of Christ: The Person of the Church and Her Personnel. Published in English translation from the French in the year of his death Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic intellectuals book, it was ignored by the secular media and given scant attention in the Catholic press.
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Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic Intellectuals: Author: Bernard E. Book New, Inc. December This volume contains nine lectures, originally delivered inby French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain (), presenting the view of his democratic brand of Thomistic Scholasticism on the nature of human political order to audiences in the United by: Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic intellectuals Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic intellectuals by Doering, Bernard E.
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18,Jacques Maritain was the son of a prosperous lawyer and the grandson, on his mother's side, of Jules Fevre, one of the founders of the Third Republic.
Maritain, Jacques Overview. Works: Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic intellectuals by Bernard E Doering The book delves into Maritain's thoughts on the nature and subjectivity of art and poetry. As a philosopher, Maritain attempts to define the two concepts, describing art and poetry as virtues, and as being primarily.
Among the thinkers studied in the class was the French Catholic philosopher, Jacques Maritain (). Through the influence of great intellectuals like.
In Jacques Maritain wrote a book about the Second Vatican Council, but more about the situation of Christian and Catholic thought surrounding the council and the implementation of it.
Some commented that this was simply the criticism of a man in his 80’s who longed for the past and the centrality of his Thomistic philosophy. Books in the Jacques Maritain Center at Notre Dame Books and Parts of Books about the Maritains Officium Libri Catholici- Catholic Book Agency, Daujat, Jean.
Maritain: Un Maître pour Notre Temps. Paris: Téqui, Jacques Maritain and the French Catholic Intellectuals. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, By studying the reception and perception of the French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain, this book argues that European modernist artists and intellectuals sought a primordial finality in Catholicism.
The French poet, writer, and surrealist filmmaker Jean Cocteau converted under the influence of Maritain. This newly found wealth enabled Jacques, Raïssa, and Vera to move to Meudon inwhere Jacques started his famous Thomistic Study Circles.
Their fifteen years there were tumultuous. Maritain attempted to rival the negative literary influence of André Gide in. Jacques Maritain, (born Nov. 18,Paris—died ApToulouse, Fr.), Roman Catholic philosopher, respected both for his interpretation of the thought of St.
Thomas Aquinas and for his own Thomist philosophy. Reared a Protestant, Maritain attended the Sorbonne in Paris, where he was attracted by teachers who claimed that the natural sciences alone could resolve human questions.
Maritain’s True Humanism by Richard Francis Crane February I n the course of his long life, French philosopher Jacques Maritain () adopted a series of different political positions while remaining consistent in his philosophical theology.
Maritain's "Integral Humanism" interpretation of those two books is the development of the social doctrine of the Chur~h, especially starting from John XXIII's Mater et Magistra () and Pacem in Terris () and Vatican II's Gaudium etSpes (), going through Paul VI's Ecclesiam Suam (), Populorum Progressio (), Humanae Vitae (), and.
Author by: James V. Schall Languange: en Publisher by: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Format Available: PDF, ePub, Mobi Total Read: 88 Total Download: File Size: 45,7 Mb Description: The engaging and inquiring mind of French philosopher Jacques Maritain reflected on subjects as varied as art and ethics, theology and psychology, and history and metaphysics.
Bernanos, Claudel, Mauriac and Maritain: a quartet not always full of Christian charity ‘A Catholic has no allies. He only has brothers’: letters shed light on four leading French writersAuthor: Eamon Maher. Editorial team.
General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford.
Jacques and Raïssa married in Maritain received his degree in philosophy inand pursued post-graduate study in the natural sciences.
His quest for a way to wed Bergsonian vitalism to a nobler social ideal led them to the writings of Lèon Bloy, the most significant French Catholic novelist of. Jacques Maritain was one of the most prolific and influential Catholic writers of the twentieth century.
The author of more than sixty books – among them monumental works such as Integral Humanism, The Degrees of Knowledge, The Person and the Common Good, Art and Scholasticism, Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry, and Man and the State, all published by major American .Jacques Maritain, the French Catholic philosopher and author of over 60 books, advocated what he called "Integral Christian Humanism".He argued that secular forms of humanism were inevitably anti-human in that they refused to recognize the whole person.
Once the spiritual dimension of human nature is rejected, Maritain has argued that we no longer have an integral, but merely partial.