neo-scholastic love

Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pert. to Neo-Scholasticism.

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Examples

  • Whatever your feelings about the Irish Senate, it is certainly a highly interesting institution, and (as I understand it) was inspired largely by the Catholic Corporatist tradition, drawing on natural-law and neo-scholastic thought from the late Middle Ages, that was popular in Catholic circles during the 1920-1940 period.

    Matthew Yglesias » Senate “What Ifs”

  • Schindler accurately accused Neuhaus of holding to a compromised vision of the relation of nature and grace – the now long discredited, neo-scholastic, two-tiered vision – that was so profoundly rejected at the Second Vatican Council.

    Paul Weyrich and Wars « Antiwar.com Blog

  • A good Patrologist will trump a neo-scholastic in any theological conversation since the Patrologist goes to the sources, whereas neo-scholasticism is removed from the sources through the mediation of the manuals.

    Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission

  • Regarding the neo-scholastic "theology of the manuals", I recommend reading fr.

    Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission

  • A good Patrologist will trump a neo-scholastic in any theological conversation since the Patrologist goes to the sources, whereas neo-scholasticism is removed from the sources through the mediation of the manuals.

    Bishop Alfonso de Galarreta chairman of the SSPX commission

  • For something of a neo-scholastic liberal within the Reformed tradition, see Diogenes Allen.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Voting, Religion, and Public Officials:

  • In his notorious encyclical Pascendi Dominici Gregis 1907, the Pope termed Modernism "the synthesis of all heresies," insisted on a neo-scholastic intellectual formation for seminarians, and launched what was to become a virtual witch-hunt against Catholic clergy and intellectuals suspected of Modernism.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • The difficulty with that view is rather similar to one that prog theologians have often raised against what they considered the standard neo-scholastic explanation for the wrongfulness of both contraception and sodomy.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • In his notorious encyclical Pascendi Dominici Gregis 1907, the Pope termed Modernism "the synthesis of all heresies," insisted on a neo-scholastic intellectual formation for seminarians, and launched what was to become a virtual witch-hunt against Catholic clergy and intellectuals suspected of Modernism.

    Between fundamentalism and modernism

  • The difficulty with that view is rather similar to one that prog theologians have often raised against what they considered the standard neo-scholastic explanation for the wrongfulness of both contraception and sodomy.

    The concept of the "intrinsically evil"

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