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  1. Denis J. M. Bradley (2002). Philosophy and the Turn to Religion. Review of Metaphysics 55 (4):852-854.
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  2. Denis J. M. Bradley (2000). John Finnis on Aquinas 'the Philosopher'. Heythrop Journal 41 (1):1–24.
    In the ten dense chapters of his new book, John Finnis examines and sometimes amends what he takes to be the key moral, legal, social and political doctrines of Thomas Aquinas. Finnis correctly stresses that neither ethics nor politics, in the Arstotelian tradition to which Aquinas belonged, are theoretical sciences. They are ‘practical’ or action‐guiding sciences. Since societal order originates in free choice, it is subject to moral norms. The latter are more firmly grounded by Aquinas than Aristotle because the (...)
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  3. Denis J. M. Bradley (1999). De Finance, Joseph. Essai Sur l'Agir Humain. Review of Metaphysics 53 (1):156-158.
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  4. Denis J. M. Bradley (1985). Thomistic Theology and the Hegelian Critique of Religious Imagination. New Scholasticism 59 (1):60-78.
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  5. Denis J. M. Bradley (1981). Aristotelian Science and the Science of Thomistic Theology. Heythrop Journal 22 (2):162–171.
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  6. Denis J. M. Bradley (1978). Religious Faith and the Mediation of Being. Modern Schoolman 55 (2):127-146.
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  7. Denis J. M. Bradley (1974). The Transformation of the Stoic Ethic in Element of Alexandria. Augustinianum 14 (1):41-66.
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