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Contraries in One: Contingency, Analogy, and God in Transcendental Thomism

Stephen M Fields, SJ. "Contraries in One: Contingency, Analogy, and God in Transcendental Thomism." The Metaphysics of Aquinas and Its Modern Interpreters: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives. Ed. Christopher M Cullen and Franklin T Harkins. : Currently under university press review, 2015.

This paper studies the structure of analogy in Joseph Maréchal's metaphysics of knowledge. It shows its ground in the first principles of thought, while rebutting the criticisms voiced against the transcendental school of Thomism by John Knasas (University of St Thomas, Houston). The paper also discusses the problems that analogy faces when used to explain the theological doctrine of the Incarnation as put forth by Chalcedon (451 AD). In doing so, it focuses on Karl Rahner.

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