Nova et Vetera, Spring 2016 (Vol. 14, No. 2)
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Spring 2016 Vol. 14, No. 2
Symposium: What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem?
Direct Service between Athens and Jerusalem: On the Purpose and Organizing Principles of the Dominican Colloquia in Berkeley – Bryan Kromholtz, O.P. and Justin Gable, O.P
The Theology of Disclosure – Robert Sokolowski
Response to Robert Sokolowski – Richard Schenk, O.P.
Omnisubjectivity: Why It Is a Divine Attribute – Linda Zagzebski
Response to Linda Zagzebski – Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P.
From Aristotle to John Searle and Back Again: Formal Causes, Teleology, and Computation in Nature – Edward Feser
Response to Edward Feser – Simon Francis Gaine, O.P.
“Of All the Gin Joints …” Causality, Science, Chance, and God – Michael J. Dodds, O.P.
Response to Michael J. Dodds – Stephen A. Long
The Future of Philosophy – John R. Searle
Response to John R. Searle – Michael J. Dodds, O.P.
The Vindication of St. Thomas: Thomism and Contemporary Anglo-American Philosophy – Alfred J. Freddoso
Response to Alfred J. Freddoso – Thomas Joseph White, O.P.
Analogical Synthesis: An Impossible Project? – Michał Paluch, O.P.
Response to Michał Paluch – Matthew Levering
Can We Demonstrate that “God Exists”? – John O’Callaghan
Response to John O’Callaghan – Michael S. Sherwin, O.P.
Epilogue: Reply to Michael S. Sherwin’s Response – John O’Callaghan
Not a Miracle: Our Knowledge of God’s Signs and Wonders – Anselm Ramelow, O.P.
The Metaphysics of Meaning: Applying a Thomistic Ontology of Art to a Contemporary Hermeneutical Puzzle and the Problem of the Sensus Literalis – Peter Junípero Hannah, O.P.
Rebuilding Catholic Culture: How the Catechism Can Shape Our Common Life by Ryan N. S. Topping – Bruno M. Shah, O.P.
T & T Clark Companion to Augustine and Modern Theology edited by C. C. Pecknold and Tarmo Toom – Joshua Gonnerman
Dark Passages of the Bible: Engaging Scripture with Benedict XVI and Thomas Aquinas by Matthew J. Ramage – Christopher T. Baglow
Dynamic Transcendentals: Truth, Goodness, & Beauty from a Thomistic Perspective by Alice M. Ramos – Kevin E. O’Reilly, O.P.
Explorations in the Theology of Benedict XVI edited by John C. Cavadini – Jonathan Martin Ciraulo
Aquinas and the Cry of Rachel: Thomistic Reflections on the Problem of Evil by John F. X. Knasas – Karina Robson