2 edition of subject as the metaphysical ground of Maritain"s personalism. found in the catalog.
subject as the metaphysical ground of Maritain"s personalism.
Raymond Leo Dennehy
Written in English
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The French philosopher Jacques Maritain, a convert to Catholicism, was one of the leading modern proponents of Thomism, the ideas of St. Thomas Aquinas. In particular, he is associated with the idea of personalism, which is the focus of this book, developed from a 5/5.
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The French Catholic philosopher Jacques Maritain () addressed the question of paradoxical self-contradiction in the human heart by means of a metaphysical distinction between individuality. That was his notion of subsistence, which served as the foundation of my doctoral dissertation, The Subject as the Metaphysical Ground of Maritain’s Personalism.
I am a founding member of the American Maritain Association and served as its president for seven years. Ma As Personalism made its way to Boston and the West Coast, Personalism on the European continent and in England responded to German Idealism, specifically to Hegel. In the debate between monism and pluralism, the traditional metaphysical problem of the One and the Many resurfaces.
creative studies. I am thinking above all of my book The Acting Person. In this way I took part in the contemporary movement of philosophical personalism, and my studies were able to bear fruit in my pastoral work” (Gift and Mystery:On the Fiftieth Anniversary of My Priestly Ordination (New York: Doubleday Books, ), ).
Each book introduces a core general subject in contemporary philosophy and offers students an access-ible but substantial transition from introductory to higher-level college work in that subject.
The series is accessible to non-specialists and each book clearly motivates and. Dr. DeMarco illustrates in this essay how Maritain's Catholic Faith led him to develop a philosophic personalism based upon the teachings of St.
Thomas. This key element in his thought may serve as a counter current to the contemporary world's exaltation of selfishness. Jacques Maritain was born in Paris on Novem The book is an extended metaphysical riff on Thomas's pregnant statement that "person is that which is highest in all of nature" (ST 1,29,3).
As Fr. Clarke says, "The person is not some special mode of being, added on from the outside so to speak. The Subject in a Vegetative State: a Personalistic View. The union of the spiritual soul with the body.
Such thought shares the same ground as ontological personalism, which is founded, that is to say, on the essence of the human individual and on his or her unitary reality.
He wrote a number of other books, such as Metaphysics,The immanence of God, etc. A good introduction to his work is Representative Essays of Borden Parker Bowne.
He wrote in the Preface to this book, “The aim of these lectures is to show that critical reflection brings us back again to the personal metaphysics which Comte s: 1. Personalism book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
Emmanuel Mounier and many other young Frenchmen in the early ’s rej /5(11). [Show full abstract] places the metaphysical relationship between the subject and the other at center stage. Much scholarly attention has gone to the revelation of the Other, which is the key.
4 Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals ence, empirical, but that which puts forth its doctrines solely from princi- ples a priori, pure latter, when it is merely formal, is called logic; but if it is limited to determinate objects of the understanding, then3 it is called metaphysics. In such a wise there arises the idea of a twofold metaphysics, the idea of.
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Personalism requires an affirmation of value, viz., the affirmation of the absolute value of the human person. We are not asserting that the human person is an absolute, although for a Christian believer the Absolute is indeed a person, and in strict terminology the spiritual does not exist except as personal.
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Acknowledging in one’s metaphysics that personality permeates the cosmos certainly seems an important step towards personalism. A second important metaphysical commonality is that both Hartshorne and Brightman assert a certain passivity in God and in human selves.
7 Brightman refers to this as the Given, and Hartshorne is willing to accept. He notes, “the very general confusion which attaches to the subject [of philosophy] The first step out of this confusion must be looking for some starting-point which will serve as a common ground for common sense and philosophy We find such common ground in the following postulates: First, the coexistence of s: 1.C ompared with Edmund Burke’s unsourced Thomism (see: previous instalment in this series) concerning natural law, Jacques Maritain’s version, from the mid 20 th century, was far less authentic.
Contrary to his unhelpfully ecumenical proclamations after World War II, the metaphysical and theological foundation of natural law, so well sustained by Burke, is not a matter of indifference with.Seifert demonstrates that soul is a spiritual, simple substance since it is a subject of spiritual realities, such as conscious life, knowledge, freedom, free command of the body, self.