Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017)


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Robert A. Delfino and Andrew Gniadek, “Theology for Nones: Helping People Find God in a Secular Age,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 31–46:


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▪ Delfino, Robert A. “The Failure of New Atheism Morality.” Studia Gilsoniana 4: 3 (2015): 229–240.

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Lois Eveleth, “Professional Responsibility and Conflict of Interest,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 47–61:


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Fr. Tomasz Kopiczko, “Leader Formation in the Church,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 63–84:


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Fr. Pawel Tarasiewicz, “Contemplation: If It Makes for Peace, Why Not for Christian Witness Too?,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 85–96:


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Małgorzata Jałocho-Palicka, “Spiritual Substance. The Essence of Man-Person According to Karol Wojtyła,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 97–130:


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Eleni Procopiou, “The Thomistic Perception of the Person and Human Rights,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 1 (January–March 2017): 131–152:


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Studia Gilsoniana 6: 2 (April–June 2017)


Stephen Chamberlain, “The Dispute between Gilson and Maritain over Thomist Realism,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 2 (April–June 2017): 177–195:


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Daniel Fitzpatrick, “The Hidden God. Achilles, Aquinas, and Moral Action in an Ordered World,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 2 (April–June 2017): 197–220:


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Ginna M. Pennance-Acevedo, “St. Thomas Aquinas and John Locke on Natural Law,” Studia Gilsoniana 6: 2 (April–June 2017): 221–248:


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