Review of Metaphysics 11 (4):691-691 (1958)

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About each of six men, W. R. Inge, P. E. More, A. E. Taylor, William Temple, and G. Santayana, the author asks two questions: How does he interpret Plato and/or the Platonic tradition? What are the central elements in his religious thought? Geoghegan's general conclusion: though agreeing in their ethical Theism, moral idealism, ambivalent view of Nature, and reliance upon God to relate essence and existence, Platonism and Christianity have not been united ; with Whitehead and Santayana, naturalism has precluded an adequate expression of either original or traditional Platonism.--D. W. S.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy  General Interest
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