Philosophy and Theology 16 (1):89-100 (2004)

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The author discusses the origins and basic themes of the Radical Orthodoxy movement. Two major objections raised against the Radical Orthodoxy movement are canvassed, noting historical misconstruals of the neoplatonic tradition and Thomas Aquinas. The author concludes that the Radical Orthodoxy movement has not yet been able to find a lasting place in the theological conversation because of the difficulty of navigating the “range of tonalities” its name evokes in its readers
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Philosophy and Religion
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DOI 10.5840/philtheol20041616
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