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The New Scholasticism

The Journal of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, 1927-1989

Edward A. Pace and James H. Ryan, Founding Editors

The New Scholasticism was established in 1927 as the official journal of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. For over sixty years it published scholarly articles, topical discussions, and book reviews dealing with all philosophical areas and approaches. Since 1990 it has been published as American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly.

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  • Contributors included Lewis White Beck, David Burrell, W. Norris Clarke, Daniel Dahlstrom, Étienne Gilson, Quentin Lauer, Ralph M. McInerny, Wilfrid Sellars, Robert Sokolowski, Leo Strauss, and Roland Teske.


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