The Distinction Between the Human Individual & the Human Person

Translator’s Preface What follows is a translation of the first chapter of Julio Meinvielle’s book, Critica de la concepción de Maritain sobre la persona humana (Buenos Aires: Ediciones Nuestro Tiempo, 1948) * ; the subsequent chapters will be published successively in The Incarnate Word. In order to supplement the author’s work and to provide context, two appendices have been added, namely, the entries “person” and “personality” from the Enciclopedia Cattolica. Read more

Philosophical Questions for “The Theologians of Today”

By “THEOLOGIANS OF TODAY,” I mean the “progressive theologians” in dogmatic and moral theology, that is, the ones who are carrying out a “re-interpretation of Christianity.” They believe that it is necessary to “carry forward” the openings began by Vatican II by indiscriminately spreading philosophical and theological pluralism, ecumenism, and the like, and this on the foundation of a radical secularism, Read more