The Failure of Modernism:
The Cartesian Legacy and Contemporary Pluralism
Edited by Brendan Sweetman
© Copyright 1999 by the American Maritain Association
- Why Descartes was not a Philosopher / Peter A. Redpath
- Descartes's Res: An lnteractionist Difficulty / Robert Geis
- Descartes, Mathematics and Music / Donald DeMarco
- Maximum Influence from Minimum Abilities: La Mettrie and Radical Materialism / William J. Fossati
- On the Aristotelian Heritage of John of Damascus / Joseph Koterski, S.J.
- Transcendental Thomism: Realism Rejected / Christopher M. Cullen, S.J.
- Was Maritain a Crypto-Machiavellian? / James V. Schall, S.J.
- Richard Hooker as Source of the Founding Principles of American Natural Law / Edward Furton
- Neutral Frameworks, the Rule of Law and the Common Good / Terry Hall
- Jacques Maritain and Alasdair Macintyre: The Person, the Common Good and Human Rights / Deborah Wallace
- Jacques Maritain, Thomism and the Liberal-Communitarian Debate / Michael Moreland
- On the Purpose ofthe State: Continuity and Change in Political Theories / Henk E. S. Woldring
- Transcending Right and Left: A Question of Virtue / James G. Hanink
- Jacques Maritain, Heroic Humanism and the Gospel / John X. Evans
- Deconstruction, Onto-Theology and Thomas's Via Negativa / Matthew Pugh
- The Postmodern Notion of Freedom and Aquinas's Ratio Entis / John F. X. Knasas
- The Pseudo-Problem of Skepticism / Brendan Sweetman
- A Critique of Social Construct Theory / Curtis L. Hancock