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presidential address
1. Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association: Volume > 65
Frederick J. Crosson The Analogy of Religion
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presentation of the aquinas medal
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Janice L. Schultz Aquinas Medal Presentation to Edward A. Synan
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medalist's address
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Edward A. Synan Advice from a Thomist
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plenary sessions
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Paul J. Griffiths Doctrines and the Virtue of Doctrine: The Problematic of Religious Plurality
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Robert Sokolowski Christian Religious Discourse
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Kenneth L. Schmitz Natural Religion, Morality, and Lessing’s Ditch
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section i
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Susan F. Krantz The Tragic and the Religious: Openness to the Mystery in Caputo’s Radical Hermeneutics
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Stephen A. Dinan The Tantalizing Absence of God
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section ii
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Quentin Colgan On Reasoning About That Than Which Only One Being Can Be Thought Greater
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Mark F. Johnson Why Five Ways?
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