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  1. The Peasant of the Garonne: An Old Layman Questions Himself About the Present Time.Jacques Maritain - 2013 - Holt, Rinehart and Winston.
    At eighty-five, Jacques Maritain, the most distinguished Catholic philosopher of the twentieth century, has written what he offers as his last book, and it turns out to be a shocker. The peasant, as Maritain calls himself in the title, is a man who calls a spade a spade; and a storm of controversy descended immediately on the book's publication in France, as both Right and Left reeled from the force of Maritain's criticism.The Peasant of the Garonne is a sharp attack (...)
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  2. Untrammeled approaches.Jacques Maritain - 1997 - Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press. Edited by Bernard E. Doering.
    A group of essays prepared for publication by Maritain in the year before his death. The first series of articles consists of 10 philosophical essays, while second is made up of mainly theological articles. A meditation closes the volume.
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  3. Existence and the existent.Jacques Maritain - 1948 - Lanham, MD: University Press of America. Edited by Lewis Galantière.