University of Notre Dame
Jacques Maritain Center: American Maritain Association

Postmodernism and Christian Philosophy

Edited by Roman T. Ciapalo

With an Introduction by Jude P. Dougherty

© Copyright 1997 by the American Maritain Association


  1. The End of Philosophy and the End of Physics: A Dead End / Benedict Ashley, O.P.
  2. Catholic Philosophy, Realism, and the Postmodern Dilemma / Don T. Asselin
  3. Heidegger and Aquinas on the Self as Substance / Michael Baur
  4. Reflections on "Negative Theology" in the Light of a Recent Venture to Speak of "God without Being" / David B. Burrell, C.S.C.
  5. Quid Sit Postmodernismus? / John Deely
  6. Feminism, Postmodernism and Thomism Confront Questions of Gender / Rosalind Smith Edman
  7. The Revival of Prudence / Thomas Hibbs
  8. Deconstruction and Artistic Creation: "Maritain and the Bad Boys of Philosophy" / Gregory J. Kerr
  9. A Heideggerian Critique of Aquinas and a Gilsonian Reply / John F. X. Knasas
  10. Unreliable Tools / Joseph W. Koterski, S.J.
  11. Postmodernism: A Lonerganian Retrieval and Critique / James Marsh
  12. Maritain and Postmodern Science / Matthew S. Pugh
  13. Contextualizing Theoretical Reason: Thomas Aquinas and Postmodernity / Gregory M. Reichberg
  14. The Forgetfulness of Beings / Robert Royal
  15. On Postmodernism and the "Silence" of St. Thomas / James V. Schall, S.J.
  16. The Deconstruction of Western Metaphysics: Derrida and Maritain on Identity / Brendan Sweetman
  17. Thomism and Postmodernism / Joseph M. de Torre
  18. Onto-theo-logical Straw: Reflections on Presence and Absence / Merold Westphal
  19. Aquinas and Heidegger: Personal Esse, Truth, and Imagination / Robert E. Wood