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Art and Prudence

Studies in the Thought of Jacques Maritain

Edited by Ralph M. McInerny

In this collection of essays, Ralph McInerny portrays Jacques Maritain as a devoted Thomist, convinced that faith could never be divorced from reason and that reason without faith was meaningless. In addition, McInerny discusses Maritain’s deployment of Thomistic doctrines into surprising new applications and pays tribute to the man as the best Thomistic writer on art in this century.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00620-4
224 pages

“This collection of essays by Ralph McInerny reminds one not only of Maritain’s extraordinary range of philosophical, poetic, and theological interests, but of what the intellectual life meant for that generation of Catholics.” —_Reflections_

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Summa Theologiae 2-2, qq. 1–16 of St. Thomas Aquinas

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Art and Prudence

Studies in the Thought of Jacques Maritain


Edited by Ralph M. McInerny

 Art and Prudence: Studies in the Thought of Jacques Maritain
Paper Edition

In this collection of essays, Ralph McInerny portrays Jacques Maritain as a devoted Thomist, convinced that faith could never be divorced from reason and that reason without faith was meaningless. In addition, McInerny discusses Maritain’s deployment of Thomistic doctrines into surprising new applications and pays tribute to the man as the best Thomistic writer on art in this century.

ISBN: 978-0-268-00620-4

224 pages

“This collection of essays by Ralph McInerny reminds one not only of Maritain’s extraordinary range of philosophical, poetic, and theological interests, but of what the intellectual life meant for that generation of Catholics.” —_Reflections_