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When we are really open to the “external”, we perceive not only “alterity” with an interpersonal perspective, but a service is offered to reason itself, which becomes formative and creative by maintaining contacts with the outside world and opening itself to other horizons. The dialogue builds bridges and i...read more
Articles from section "Philosophy"
Alvin Plantinga is an American analytical philosopher, and is the John A. O'Brien Professor of Philosophy Emeritus at the University of Notre Dame. He has been described by Time magazine as …read more
Since the election of Pope Francis, the Catholic Church has been engaged in a re-discovery of its close association with the poor and those who suffer. In his call for "a poor church for the …read more
For the first time in its history, the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas will hold a conference in the United States. The conference will take place this weekend, October 17-19, in …read more
The ongoing conflict in the United States about health care regulations has focused attention on conscience and religious liberty. In a recent book Robert P. George has collected a series of …read more
The following is an interview with Patrick H. Byrne, professor of Philosophy at Boston College on the life and works of famed theologian, Fr. Bernard Lonergan. * * * Q. A few days ago the …read more