(1999)

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John O'Callaghan
University of Notre Dame
Thomas Hibbs
University of Dallas
Abstract
While many 20th-century fads in philosophy and theology have come and gone, McInerny's faith in Aristotelian-Thomism was boldly prophetic. His defenses of natural theology and law helped to create dialogue between theists and non-theists, and to provide a philosophical basis for Catholic theology.
Keywords Philosophy of nature   Thomists
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