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Thought: Fordham University Quarterly

A Journal of Catholic Thought, 1926-1992

Wilfrid Parsons, S.J., Founding Editor

Thought: Fordham University Quarterly was a peer-reviewed journal that published a broad range of articles and reviews on topics in theology, philosophy, sociology, history, education, literature, science, and current events. Established by The American Press in 1926, the journal later moved to Fordham University. Contributors included Joseph Cardinal Bernadin, Daniel Berrigan, Dietrich Hildebrand, Quentin Lauer, Bernard Lonergan, Jacques Maritain, Thomas Merton, Walker Percy, Karl Rahner, Elizabeth Sewell, Charles Tansill, and many other well known figures. It ceased publication in 1992.

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  • · ISSN 0040-6457 (print) · Print copies of some issues still available from Fordham University Press ·
    · ISSN 2154-2139 (online) · Online access includes all issues, volumes 1-67 (1926-1992) ·

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