Edited by Giuseppe Butera
Copyright © 2011 by the American Maritain Association. All rights reserved.
- Introduction: The Philosophy of Nature is the Beginning of Wisdom / Giuseppe Butera
PART I: SCIENCE AND THE PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE: READINGS OF THE COSMOS
- The Disparity of Disagreement in Science and Philosophy / Michael Augros
- Holism and Realism: A Look at Maritain's Distinction Between Science and the Philosophy of Nature / Jennifer Rosato
- Maritain, Instrumentalism, and the Philosophy of Experimental Science / Matthew S. Pugh
- The Science Before Science: The Grouinding and Integration of the Modern Mind and its Science / Anthony Rizzi
- Antony Flew and Intelligent Design / Gregory J. Kerr
PART II: PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE AND BEYOND: PLUMBING THE DEPTHS OF THE COSMOS
- Does the Philosophy of Nature Need the Intuition of Being? If So, What Is It? / James G. Hanink
- Have the Laws of Nature Been Eliminated? / Travis Dunisday
- Four-Dimensional Objects and the Philosophy of Nature: Maritain and Simon's Timely Contributions to Anglo-Analytic Metaphysics / Andrew Jaspers
PART III: ON HUMAN BEING: READING THE MICROCOSM
- Maritain's Rehabilitation of the Philosophy of Human Nature / Nikolaj Zunic
- Humans and Apes: On Whether Language Usage, Knowledge of Others' Beliefs, and Knowledge of Others' Emotions Indicate That They Differ When It Comes To Rationality / Marie I. George
- New Jeans, Blue Jeans, and Human Beings: Jacques Maritain and the Possibility of Freedom / John G. Trapani, Jr.
PART IV: ON HUMAN DOINGS: LIFE IN THE COSMOS
- Natural Inclination as the Basis for Natural Law / Peter Karl Koritansky
- Nature and Rights: The Meaning of a Universal Agreement on Human Rights / Elinor Gardner, O.P.
- Catholic Positivism or Positivist Catholic? Why Did Catholics Follow Maurras? / Mario Ramos-Reyes
- Imitating Nature: Maritain's Reservations Concerning Artistic Mimesis / John J. Conley, S.J.
- Index of Names