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Maritain

(French maritɛ̃)
n
(Biography) Jacques (ʒak). 1882–1973, French neo-Thomist Roman Catholic philosopher

Ma•ri•tain

(ˌmær ɪˈtɛ̃)

n.
Jacques, 1882–1973, French philosopher.
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On Painting and Its Philosophical Significance: Merleau-Ponty and Maritain, ANTHONY RUDD
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Among the topics are the Thomist debate over inequality and property rights in Depression-era Europe, when personalism met planning: Jacques Maritain and a British Christian intellectual circle 1937-49, psychology from a new-Thomist perspective: the Louvain-Madrid connection, and vetera novis augere: neo-scholastic philosophers and their concept of tradition.
Tolkien, Nicholas Berdyaev, Etienne Gilson, Jacques Maritain, Theodor Haecker, Aurel Kolnai, Bernard Wall, Sigrid Undset, Thomas Merton, Flannery O'Connor, and Russell Kirk.
JACQUES MARITAIN (1882-1973) is unusual among major twentieth-century Christian thinkers for having produced a complete philosophy of art.
Jacques Maritain's Art et scolastique (1920) [Art and Scholasticism] takes a different tack in the debate between the Catholic and the modern.
En ce sens le phenomene migratoire, appelle, de maniere pressante, une pensee du bien commun a laquelle la figure du saint proposee par Jacques Maritain dans Humanisme integral, offre une reponse.
With these disputed questions in mind and the positions presupposed in Balthasar's treatment of the question of damnation, I propose that the much lesser-known speculative opinion of philosopher Jacques Maritain is a better way to approach the definitive reality of human freedom in relation to God's infinite love.
Seiling have gone to great lengths to offer a meaningful work that provides a well-structured and brilliantly researched quotable Maritain reader.
Resumen: En este estudio se abordaran las relaciones entre santidad y mundo en cinco escritores europeos de la primera mitad del siglo XX: dos espanoles (Maragall y Maeztu) y tres franceses (Peguy, Maritain y Bernanos).
Dr Williams identifies similar factors as influenced Robert Schuman, founding father of the European Union; beliefs shared by French philosopher Jacques Maritain, an instigator of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.