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Interpretations: Reading the Present in Light of the Past.


Interpretations: Reading the Present in Light of the Past

Jude P. Dougherty

The Catholic University of America Press


156 pages



In a loosely connected essays that uses the past to interpret the present, Dougherty looks at interpretations, Benedict XVI, the philosophical enterprise, and the present and the future. Among his topics are interpreting the middle ages, the prophetic voice of von Hayek, Benedict on the nature of scientific enquiry, the Catholic philosopher and the Catholic university in North America, the impact of Vatican II, and the natural basis of the theological virtue of hope. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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