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An Introduction to Philosophy
The Perennial Principles of the Classical Realist Tradition
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Right and Reason
Ethics in Theory and Practice
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On the Restoration of Christian Philosophy
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Man As Man
The Science and Art of Ethics
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How Brief a Candle
Modern Man in the Insistent Dialectic
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An Introduction to Philosophy
An Introduction to Philosophy
'Intended as a first introduction to philosophy, for the general reader and the student, that cuts down on technical vocabulary as much as possible, yet conveys the full meaning of the basic philosophical questions. Covers essence and existence, rights and duties, human knowledge, happiness, the problem of change, God, etc. By far the best intro we have seen. Everything is covered from the Thomistic, realist viewpoint. Great! 288pp'
The Perennial Principles of the Classical Realist Tradition
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Right and Reason
Right and Reason
Ethics both in theory and practice. Phrased in non-technical language, Right and Reason is a thoroughly competent book in the philosophy of Ethics, which gives the science of morality from the Aristotelian-Thomistic, common-sense school of thought--which is none other than the Perennial Philosophy of the Ages, the philosophy outside of which one's positions quickly become absurd and all reasoning ends up in dead-ends. Impr. 627 pgs, PB 627pp
Ethics in Theory and Practice
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The Realist Guide to Religion and Science
The Realist Guide to Religion and Science
'A spirited defence of realism in the dialogue between science and religion. 556pp'
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Encyclical: Aeterni Patris
by Pope Leo XIII Bad philosophy damns souls. Good philosophy fortifies souls and is the handmaiden of the Faith. Reviews the Church's thinkers, especially Saint Thomas Aquinas, of "chief and special glory." 20 pp.
On the Restoration of Christian Philosophy
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Man As Man
Man As Man
One of the great Catholic textbooks in ethics written in the Thomistic Scholastic tradition. Used for years to form college students. Based on what man can know by reason alone, it covers Natural Law, conscience, lying, capital punishment, contraception, divorce, war, animal rights, private property, etc., etc. Helps one see through today's moral confusion. 585pp, hardcover, Impr.
The Science and Art of Ethics
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How Brief a Candle
How Brief a Candle
' Explores the Nietzsche-Toynbee alternatives of dominance by a "master race" versus return to theistic belief. The "insistent dialectic" is Man\'s perpetual interior struggle between moral restraint and freedom therefrom. The "brief candle" is the relatively "recent" re-emergence of theistic belief in society in general. Presents an incredible overview of Western thought plus a series of logic gates through which our minds can (and must) legitimately pass, toward the final correct view of man\'s position vis-a-vis God. A unique thesis supported by a com-manding view of philosophy and related sciences! 724pp, softcover. '
Modern Man in the Insistent Dialectic
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