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by William Norris Clarke

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I have selected here for reprinting from the larger seminar the three lectures I gave, which focus on the ascent to God by philosophical reason in the Neo-Thomist tradition of creative retrieval of St. Thomas Aquinas. PART ONE The Turn to the Inner Way in Contemporary Neo-Thomism.

William Norris Clarke, emeritus philosophy educator. The Philosophical Approach to God (A Neo-Thomist Perspective). Society of America (president 1967), American Catholic Philosophical Association (president 1968), Jesuit Philosophical Association (president 1960). IC4BQ/?tag prabook0b-20.

―American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly) and the traditional Thomism with its approach to God by way of a neo-Platonic.

Illustrates a talented Thomist trying to make sense of the Transcendental Thomist and Whiteheadian circles in which Clarke moved at Fordham University. ―American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly). A creative and compelling act of reflective analysis showing the deep and surprising congruence between a reinterpreted Transcendental Thomism and the traditional Thomism with its approach to God by way of a neo-Platonic metaphysics of participation. ―Kenneth Schmitz Professor Emeritus, University of Toronto).

Fortunately for us, Father William Norris Clarke's book is up to the challenge This makes the book invaluable for neo-Thomists of all kinds.

Fortunately for us, Father William Norris Clarke's book is up to the challenge. This makes the book invaluable for neo-Thomists of all kinds. For example, followers of thinkers such as Joseph Maréchal and Karl Rahner will happily note that Fr.

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Start by marking The Philosophical Approach to God: A New Thomistic . Father Clarke considered his philosophical journey as one moving from strict Thomism to a perspective revitalizing Thomistic philosophy.

His deepening interest in Thomist philosophy was developed at College St. Louis in England in 1936. He continued his studies at Fordham, earning a master’s in philosophy in 1939. He earned his doctorate from C A native New Yorker, Father Clarke was born in 1915 and attended Loyola High School. Father Clarke considered his philosophical journey as one moving from strict Thomism to a perspective revitalizing Thomistic philosophy to include an implicit dimension of personalism.

By W. Norris ClarkeS. Winston-Salem, NC: Wake Forest University, Philosophy Department, 1979. Old Dominion University.

Clarke, W. Norris (William Norris), 1915-. Subject: Neo-Scholasticism.

Release Date:January 1979. Publisher:Wake Forest University.

its approach to God by way of a neo-Platonic metaphysics of participation. John F. Wippel Catholic University Illustrates a talented Thomist trying to make sense of the Transcendental Thomist and Whiteheadian circles in which Clarke moved at Fordham University.

John F.


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