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Modernity and Religion

Modernity and Religion

Edited by Ralph McInerny

The essays in Modernity and Religion comprise the reflections of eight seminal thinkers on various aspects of the problems of modern thought and its attitude toward religion. By concentrating on the supposed chasms between modern thought and the assumptions of Christianity, the contributors do much more than show that modernity has failed by its own standards; they also demonstrate that there are truths about humans and their relations to others and to God that are necessary components of any epoch, past or present.

Contributors: Louis Dupre, Francois-Xavier Guerra, Peter Koslowski, R. Emmet Kennedy, Jr.,Simon Green, James Hitchcock, Jude Dougherty, and Ernest Fortin.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01408-7
176 pages
Publication Year: 1994

The late Ralph McInerny was professor of philosophy and the Michael P. Grace Professor of Medieval Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He is author and editor of numerous books, including his autobiography, I Alone Have Escaped to Tell You (University of Notre Dame Press, 2006), and the first two volumes of The Writings of Charles De Koninck (University of Notre Dame Press, 2008, 2009).

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Modernity and Religion


Edited by Ralph McInerny

 Modernity and Religion
Cloth Edition

The essays in Modernity and Religion comprise the reflections of eight seminal thinkers on various aspects of the problems of modern thought and its attitude toward religion. By concentrating on the supposed chasms between modern thought and the assumptions of Christianity, the contributors do much more than show that modernity has failed by its own standards; they also demonstrate that there are truths about humans and their relations to others and to God that are necessary components of any epoch, past or present.

Contributors: Louis Dupre, Francois-Xavier Guerra, Peter Koslowski, R. Emmet Kennedy, Jr.,Simon Green, James Hitchcock, Jude Dougherty, and Ernest Fortin.

ISBN: 978-0-268-01408-7

176 pages