Published November 1983
by Univ of Notre Dame Pr .
Written in English
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Get this from a library! One hundred years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and afterwards, a symposium. [Victor B Brezik; University of St. Thomas (Houston, Tex.). Center for Thomistic Studies.; Catholic Church. Pope ( Leo XIII).;] -- "Aeterni Patris": pages Includes bibliographical references and index. ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF THOMISM. To get an idea of the aims of the Center, at least at the time of its original foundation, it is apt to consider the remarks of various Thomists in One hundred years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and afterwards, a symposium edited by Victor B. Brezik, CSB, a collection of symposium papers published by the Center for Thomistic Studies, Houston, Texas in The text of Aeterni Patris is available in One Hundred Years ofThomism; the Etienne Gilson-edited The Church Speaks to the Modern World: The Social Teachings of Leo XII (Garden City, New York: Doubleday Image Book, ); as an appendix in Jacques Maritain, St. Thomas Aquinas (New York: Meridian Books, ); and of course. Christian Philosophy, particularly in the form of Thomism, was given a strong impetus a century ago when Pope Leo XIII issued his influential Encyclical letter Aeterni Patris. The exact date was August 4, In tim e, the impact accelerated the incipient Thomist renaissance of the nineteenth century into a veritable movement of studies, critical editions and publications mounting "like a.
One Hundred Years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and Afterwards. A Symposium (Houston: Center for Thomistic Studies, ) Bruni, Gerardo & Zybura, John S. Progressive Scholasticism. A Contribution to the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Encyclical “Aeterni Patris” (St. Louis: B. Herder Book Co., ) Ehrle, Franz. One Hundred Years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and Afterwards, A Symposium (Center for Thomistic Studies, ); Deal W. Hudson and Dennis Wm. Moran, eds., The Future of Thomism (American Maritain Association, ); and the series Thomistic Papers published by the Center for Thomistic Studies at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. The essays in this volume offer a critique of "From Unity to Pluralism: The Internal Evolution of Thomism" by Gerald McCool, SJ. Twelve philosophers in this collection analyse key aspects of McCool's interpretation of Aquinas, which stands opposed to the motivating ideals found in "One Hundred Years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and Afterwards", a symposium published in to Format: Hardcover. One Hundred Years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and Afterwards After Dr. Pegis’ sudden death in , Professor Vernon J. Bourke accepted the position of Interim Director from The official announcement of the opening of the Center occurred in October of at a symposium to commemorate the th anniversary of Pope Leo XIII’s.
One Hundred Years of Thomism: Aeterni Patris and Afterwards. A Symposium (Houston: Centro por Thomistic Studoj, ) Bruni, Gerardo & Zybura, John S. Progressive Scholasticism. A Contribution to the Commemoration of the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Encyclical " Aeterni Patris " (Sankta Luiso: B. Herder Book Co., ) Ehrle, Franz. In , John Paul II issued an encyclical which “corrected” Aeterni Patris and Humani Generis. Though the thought of St. Thomas took precedence, the encyclical indicated that other avenues could be explored for the good of the Church. A genuine competition replaced the Leonine strategy of Aeterni Patris and, later, Humani Generis. AETERNI PATRIS The name of two papal documents of Pius IX and Leo XIII. The first is the apostolic letter of J , convoking the Vatican Council I; it indicates the office of the pope as guardian of faith and morals, the role of ecumenical councils, and summarizes the then prevailing dangers to faith and morals. Source for information on Aeterni Patris: New Catholic Encyclopedia. Aeterni Patris synonyms, Aeterni Patris pronunciation, Aeterni Patris translation, English dictionary definition of Aeterni Patris. Noun 1. First Vatican Council - the Vatican Council in that proclaimed the infallibility of the pope when speaking ex cathedra Vatican I Vatican.