A Journal of Philosophical Inquiry and Discussion
Alex Plato, Editor
Quaestiones Disputatae is a journal of philosophy inspired by the medieval dialectical form of the “disputed question:” a method of philosophical discussion aimed at addressing the relevant issues of the time. Sponsored by Franciscan University of Steubenville, this journal addresses significant questions and topics of contemporary philosophic interest in the spirit of the medieval quaestiones disputatae.
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Contributors include Antonio Calcagno, Germain Grisez, Jean-Luc Marion, Nicholas Rescher, Josef Seifert, Christopher Tollefsen, Alice von Hildebrand, and Robert Wood.
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