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Carle, Robert. Theological Critiques of Human Rights Theory: The Contributions of Jacques Maritain and Gustavo Gutierrez. Atlanta, Georgia: Emory University, 1989.
Carr, Elizabeth E. Harmonious Folly: A Study in the Spirituality of Max Jacob. Berkeley, Calif: Graduate Theological Union, 1987.
Cohen, Paul M. Piety and Politics: Catholic Revival and the Generation of 1905-1914 in France. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1984.
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Connelly, Kathleen M. Catholic Witness: The Political Activities of Five European Christian Democratic Scholars While in Exile in the United States, 1938-1945. Boston: Boston College, 1996.
Cooper, John Wesley. Democratic Pluralism and Human Rights: The Political Theologies of Jacques Maritain and Reinhold Niebuhr. Syracuse, N.Y.: Syracuse University, 1982.
Croteau- Chonka, Clarisse Claudette. Intuition: A Paradigm of the Wholeness Necessary for Holiness and Its Relationship to Christian Education. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton Theological Serminary, 1986.
Doering, Bernard Ellis. Jacques Maritain and French Literary Figures in the Political and Social Turmoil of 1920-1950. Boulder, Colo.: Univ. of Colorado, 1967.
Duffy, John, C.SS.R. A Philosophy of Poetry Based on Thomistic Principles. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic Univ. of America Press, 1945.
D'Ulisse, Nicolas. La Critique de Robert Charbonneau. Montreal: McGill University, 1990.
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Escasa, Manuel Ramon O. Person and Individual in Jacques Maritain's Social Philosophy. Manila: Ateneo de Manila Univ., 1986.
Evans, Joseph W. The Social and Political humanism of Jacques Maritain. London, Ontario: Univ. of Western Ontario, 1947.
Evans, Joseph W. Developments of Thomisitic Principles in Jacques Maritain's Notion of Society. Notre Dame, Ind.: Univ. of Notre Dame, 1951.
Farley, Gary Eugene. Authority in Contemporary Christian Ethics; A Study in How One May Know the "Will of God" as Discussed in the Writings of Carl F. H. Henry, Jacques Maritain, Emil Brunner, Reinhold Niebuhr, and Nels F. S. Ferré. Fort Worth, Texas: Southwestern Baptist Theological, 1966.
Fischer, Fred A. Intuitive Leadership, Spirituality and Business Intuition. Spalding University, 1999.
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Flynn, James Robert. Modern Thomism and Democracy. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 1958.
Freeman, David Hugh. A Comparative Study of the Relationship between Philosophy and Theology as Exemplified by Representatives of Neo- Augustinianism, Neo- Thomism and Neo- Existentialism. Philadelphia: Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1958.
Gawronski, Raymond T., S.J. The Role of Sensible Beings in Knowledge of the Real for Jacques Maritain. Spokane, Wash.: Gonzaga University, 1983.
Graney, Maurice Richard, Jr. Natural Law as a Ground for the Common Good in Jacques Maritain. St. Louis: St. Louis University, 1976.
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Grieco, Eileen. Love and the Act of Contemplation in Modern Thomism. New York: Fordham University, 1993.
Hachey, Sister Mary Mercedes, R.S.M. An Investigation and Evaluation of Two Interpretations of St. Thomas' Doctrine on the Objectivity of the Concept (Jacques Maritain and M. D. Roland- Gosselin). Notre Dame, Ind.: Univ. of Notre Dame, 1957.
Hanke, John Warren. The Ontological Status of the Work of Fine Art in the Aesthetics of Maritain. Bloomington, Ind.: Indiana University, 1967.
Hanna, Martha Theresa. Intellectuals and the Action Francaise: The Appeal of an Adversative Idiom for Jacques Maritain, Andre Gide, and Georges Bernanos. Washington, D.C.: Georgetown University, 1988.
Hanson, Bruce Kenneth. Mystical Realism: Epistemology and Nondual Awareness. Claremont, Calif.: Claremont Graduate School, 1991.
Hay, Gerald Conrad, Jr. Maritain's Theory of Poetic Knowledge: A Critical Study. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America, 1964.
Hazo, Samuel John. An Analysis of the Aesthetic of Jacques Maritain. Pittsburgh, Penn.: University of Pittsburgh, 1957.
Holleman, Warren Lee. A Theological Analysis of the Role of Western Values and American Foreign Policy in the Movement for Universal Human Rights. Houston, Texas: Rice University, 1986.
Hopkins, John Orville. The Social Ethics of Jacques Maritain and Justification of Afro- American Education. New York: Columbia University, 1976.
Hug, James E., SJ. Moral Judgment: The Theory and the Practice in the Thought of Jacques Maritain. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1980.
Huvos, Kornel. Le "Mirage Americain" dans l'Oeuvre de Georges Duhamel, Jules Romains, André Maurois, Jacques Maritain et Simone de Beauvoir. Cincinnati, Ohio, .
Irving, Dianne Nutwell. Philosophical and Scientific Analysis of the nature of the early human Embryo. Washington, DC: Georgetown Univ., 1991.
Jamieson, Graham Moffatt. Natural Law and Christian Ethics: The Contemporary Catholic Theory of the Moral Order. New York: Columbia University, 1951.
Jechort, Loren. A Study of Jacques Maritain's Concept of the "Habitus" and Its Relationship to Musical Performance. Grand Forks, N.D.: University of North Dakota, 1978.
Jones, Charlott Ann. Maritain's Creative Intuition and Child Art. University Park, Penn.: Pennsylvania State University, 1978.
Joseph, Ellis A. Jacques Maritain's Concept of the Dual Role of the School. Notre Dame, Ind.: Univ. of Notre Dame, 1962.
Jung, Hwa Yol. God, Man and Politics: The Political Philsophy and Theology of Jacques Maritain. Tallahassee, Florida: Univ. of Florida, 1962.
Keegan, Frank Lauren. The Development of Jacques Maritain's Conception of Christian Philosophy. Notre Dame, Ind.: Univ. of Notre Dame, 1959.
Keohane, Edmond F. Maritain on the Role of the School in the Formation of Character. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America, 1965.
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LaCentra, Walter J. Freedom and Society in Jacques Maritain. New York: St. John's University, 1964.
Lane, Mary Veronica. Maritain's Prime Goal of Education: A Philosophical Interpretation. New Orleans: Tulane University, 1975.
Lechner, Robert, C.P.P.S. The Aesthetic Experience. Chicago: Henry Regnery Co., 1953.
Lesniak, Valerie A., C.S.J. "Suffering the Divine": An Interpretation of the Journal of Raissa Maritain. Berkeley, Calif.: Graduate Theological Union, 1991.
Longwood, Walter Merle. The Ends of Government in the Thought of Reinhold Niebuhr and Jacques Maritain. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University, 1969.
Luiz, Thomas. A Comparative Study of Humanism and Pragmatism as They Relate to Decision Making in Instructional Development Processes. East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State University, 1982.
MacDonald, Angus George. The Philosophy of Religion of Jacques Maritain and Henri Bergson. New York: Columbia University, 1980.
McLean, Stuart Drummond. Elements of Dynamics and Form in the Thought of Karl Barth and Jacques Maritain. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 1968.
McMahon, Sister Mary Roberta, O.P. Separatio in Recent Thomism. St. Louis: Saint Louis University, 1963.
Maloney, Anne Mercedes. Gabriel Marcel's Critique of the Thomist Proofs for God's Existence. Milwaukee, Wisc.: Marquette University, 1988.
Martini, Clare Joseph. Maritain and Music. Evanston, Ill.: Northwestern University, 1958.
Mason, Aimee H. Merleau- Ponty and the Modern Artist. Gainesville, Florida: University of Florida, 1980.
Miller, Barry, S.M. Knowledge through Affective Connaturality. Rome: Pontificium Institutum Angelicum, 1959.
Moran, Denis Paul. Gabriel Marcel: Philosopher, Dramatist, Educator. New York: Columbia University, 1989.
Murphy, John Francis. Social Purposes of the School in the Christian Philosophy of Jacques Maritain. Cleveland, Ohio: Case Western Reserve Univ., 1970.
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Nothomb, Mother Mary Elizabeth. The Educational Theory of Jacques Maritain. Berkeley, Calif.: Univ. of California, 1953.
O'Donnell, Charles P. The Ideal of a New Christendom: the Cultural and Political Philosophy of Jacques Maritain.
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Paterson, John Barstow. Living the Christian Faith in Artistic Creations. Lancaster, Penn.: Lancaster Theological Seminary, 1981.
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Reichert, Donald Henry. The Philosophy of Freedom and Education in the Thought of Jacques Maritain. Dayton, Ohio: Univ. of Dayton, 1966.
Reveley, Walter Taylor. A Christian Critique of Modern Liberal Democratic Theory as Reflected in the Writings of Jacques Maritain A. D. Lindsay and Reinhold Niebuhr. Durham, N. Carolina: Duke Univ., 1952.
Rice, John Valentine. A Critical Exposition of the Educational Philosophy of Jacques Maritain. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, 1965.
Rielly, John Edward. Contemporary Catholic Thought on Church and State: An Analysis of the Work of Jacques Maritain and John Courtney Murray. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University, 1960.
Roberts, Nancy Lee. Dorothy Day and The Catholic Worker. Minneapolis- St. Paul: Univ. of Minnesota, 1982.
Rodrigues, Anna Maria Moog. The Concept of Democracy in the Political Philosophy of Jacques Maritain. Lawrence, Kansas: Univ. of Kansas, 1961.
Rodríguez Vado, Renán. Teoria del Saber de Jacques Maritain. Mexico?: Universidad Nacional Antonoma de Mexico, 1963.
Rossner, William L., S.J. The Theory of Love in the Philosophy of St. Thomas Aquinas. Princton, N.J.: Princeton University, 1953.
Rosswurm, Richard H. Political Knowledge: Jacques Maritain's Integralism. College Park, Maryland: Univ. of Maryland, 1973.
Rothwell, Mel- Thomas. Three Foundations of Ethics in Maritain, Stace, and Ramsey. Boston: Boston University, 1955.
Ruhlen, Ralph Lester. The Relationship of the Economic Order to the Moral Ideal in the Thought of Maritain, Brunner, Dewey, and Temple. Boston: Boston University, 1959.
Salesses, William Edward, Jr. A Statement of the Ethical Theories of Pragmatism and Thomism as Expressed by John Dewey and J. Maritain, and a Critical Analysis of Pragmatic theories as They Apply to the Modern School from the Thomistic Point of View. Claremont, Calif.: Claremont Graduate School and, 1968.
Santos, Francisco de Araujo. Maritain's Totality. Sevenoaks, Calif.: first draft of manuscript, 1985.
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Schell, Edith Weaver. Some Educational Implications of J. Maritain's Theory of the Nature of Man and of the Knowledge Process. Baltimore, Maryland: Loyola College, 1958.
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Smith, Brooke William. Jacques Maritain's Philosophy of History: The Man, His Critics, and His Works in Perspective. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Univ. of Santa Barbara, 1973.
Smith, Helen Rosalind. Man's "Conquest of Liberty" and the Problem of Evil: a Study of the Meaning of Salvation in the Writings of Jacques Maritain. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America, 1979.
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Storey, Marie Joseph, S.C. Raissa Maritain: A Catholic Poet. Washington, D.C.: Catholic Univ. of America, 1965.
Sturm, Douglas Earl. The Finalistic Approach to Associational Theory: An Inquiry into the Social Theories of Jacques Maritain, John MacMurray, and Nicolas Berdyaev. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago, 1959.
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Walton, Margaret. A Study of J. Maritain's Publications on Education. New Haven, Conn.: New Haen State Teachers College, 1959.
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