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  • Aquinas and Realism

     
  • Is the Soul the Form of the Body?

    Is the Soul the Form of the Body?

    American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly Volume 87, Issue 3, Summer 2013 Abstract: The idea of the soul, though once common in discussions of human nature, is rarely considered in contemporary philosophy. This reflects a general physicalist […]

     
  • Aquinas Among the Analytics

    Aquinas Among the Analytics

    Aquinas Among the Analytics An interview with John Haldane in 3:AM Magazine (4 December 2012)

     
  • Analytical Thomism

    Analytical Thomism

    Analytical Thomism an interview with John Haldane published in The Leuven Philosophy Newsletter, Vol. 14, 2005.

     
  • Is Every Action Morally Significant?

    Is Every Action Morally Significant?

    PHILOSOPHY 86 July 2011 Abstract One form of scepticism about the possibility of moral theory does not deny that there is something describable as ‘the conduct of life’, but it argues that there is no […]

     
  • Modern Writings on Thomism

    Modern Writings on Thomism

    Modern Writings on Thomism (Bristol: Thoemmes/Continuum, 2003) A collection of five previously published but long out-of-print volumes on various aspects of Thomistic philosophy, resented with an ontroductory essay: R.P. Phillips, Modern Thomistic Philosophy, 2 Vols; […]

     
  • Mind, Metaphysics and Value

    Mind, Metaphysics and Value

    Mind, Metaphysics and Value Contemporary western philosophy divides into three broad traditions: the analytical, the continental, and the historical. In the latter half of the twentieth century, analytical philosophy was dominant in the English-speaking world […]

     
  • Analytical Thomism

    Analytical Thomism

    Analytical Thomism Issue of the Monist, 80 (4) October 1997. Thomism has always had the potential to exchange methods and ideas with other philosophical traditions. In this century versions of transcendental and phenomenological Thomism have […]