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1. Thought: Volume > 46 > Issue: 4
George A. Kelly Aid to Non-Public Schools
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The question of public aid for non-public schools deserves thorough and objective discussion. Here is a study of policy and practice and a pro-aid evaluation.
2. Thought: Volume > 46 > Issue: 4
John D. Groppe You Can't Always Look It Up
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Since "You Can't Always Look It Up," all the major institutions of society—academic, ecclesial, political, and even social—should encourage a revival of debate.
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Kenneth D. Eberhard Karl Rahner and the Supernatural Existential
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The key to understanding Karl Rahner's theology is his doctrine of the supernatural existential; it is, moreover, a microcosm of many of his major theological themes.
4. Thought: Volume > 46 > Issue: 4
William J. Richardson A Christian View of Progress
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In spite of wars, the armament race, pollution, poverty, and other evils, a Christian view of progress is one of optimism, but qualified and realistic.
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Eileen Sanzo William Blake and the Technological Age
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Through his joining of Western religious tradition and the poetic tradition of the mythology of nature with the new industrialism, Blake speaks for modern man.
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Joseph P. Carney The U.S.S.R. and Africa's Wars of Liberation
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The Soviet Union's moderate and creative policy toward Africa's wars of liberation will go far in winning allies in the conflict of capitalistic and socialistic ideologies.
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Literature
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Theology, Religion
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Philosophy
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History
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Index to Volume XLVI
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Thomas F. O'Dea Transformations of Thought in America
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Significant transformations are seen in the questioning of technology, the weakening of faith in America, the religious crisis, the refusal of youth to accept the secularized calling.
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Joseph Donceel Second Thoughts on the Nature of God
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Some of the traditional teachings about God seem to contradict what we know about him from revelation, what we feel about him in our heart.
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R. Chris Hassel, Jr. Saint Paul and Shakespeare's Romantic Comedies
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Shakespeare's romantic comedies, interpreted in the light of doctrinal material familiar to Shakespeare and his contemporaries, reveal Shakespeare's close and consistent affinity with St. Paul.
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Donald J. Siewert The Body in Marcel's Metaphysics
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For Marcel, the body, far from being metaphysically irrelevant, is enfranchised and is in fact installed at the very starting point of his metaphysical reflection.
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James M. Hester Private and Public Higher Education
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Far from being in disarray, American private and public colleges and universities are stronger academically than ever before but the vast majority desperately need institutional financial support.
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John J. Clancy, Jr. Hypocrisy: A Democratic Syndrome
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Seemingly Anglo-American life has a firm base in hypocrisy which possesses a clear repugnance for logic. Moreover, logic may end hypocrisy and this democracy too.
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Robert Beum Apologia
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Alfred Di Lascia Enciclopedia Filosofica
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Theology, Religion, Patristics
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