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    New Hope and Vigor to Local Life.Peter DeMarsh & Hugh Williams - 2010 - The Lonergan Review 2 (1):261-275.
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    American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 396.William Sweet, Hendrik Hart, Claire Taylor & Hugh Robert Williams - 2012 - American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 86 (2):395-396.
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  3. Confronting the Modern Problematic.Hugh Williams - 2017 - Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 29 (1-2):52-70.
    The modern problematic, defined by Kenneth Schmitz, is a widespread acceptance of God’s absence in the culture of the technologically advanced Western societies. Schmitz clearly has been deeply influenced by Karol Wojtyla’s work as both philosopher and religious leader. Pope John Paul II’s Fides et Ratio is notable for its courage in advocating the serious pursuit of truth guided at least in part by the philosophy of being. This essay draws on certain important contrasts in Schmitz’s subsequent meditations upon the (...)
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    Etienne Gilson and Fr. Lawrence Dewan O.P.:Christian Philosophy as the Interdisciplinary Pursuit of Wisdom.Hugh Williams - 2018 - New Blackfriars 101 (1094):418-434.
    This paper continues as the second part of my study of the relationship of Fr. Lawrence Dewan OP and Etienne Gilson. My first paper explored their metaphysical differences, while this second paper explores their common commitment to Christian philosophy and to St. Thomas Aquinas’ seminal work on the interrelationship of faith and reason as manifest most clearly in the interrelationship of revealed theology and philosophy. This leads us into a closer examination of Gilson's sustained treatment of this topic. However, we (...)
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    Lonergan and Gilson: A Critical Review of Neil Ormerod’s Faith and Reason in Advance.Hugh Williams - forthcoming - International Philosophical Quarterly.
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    Lonergan and Gilson: A Critical Review of Neil Ormerod’s Faith and Reason.Hugh Williams - 2021 - International Philosophical Quarterly 61 (2):227-237.
    This essay offers a critical examination of Neil Ormerod’s treatment of the debate between Lonergan and Gilson on the question of being. Although this debate concerns a highly technical issue of metaphysics and epistemology, it remains germane and relevant, especially within the field of Christian thought. In Ormerod’s careful and for the most part generous examination of this debate, he argues that being for Gilson is perceived through the senses, whereas for Lonergan being is intended in the questions that arise (...)
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    Lawrence Dewan O.P. And Etienne Gilson: Reflections On Christian Philosophy's Continuing Relevance And Challenges.Hugh Williams - 2017 - New Blackfriars 98 (1074):342-352.
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    Listening to a Pope in a Secular Age.Hugh Williams - 2001 - Symposium 5 (2):197-214.
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    Listening to a Pope in a Secular Age: Interpreting “Fides Et Ratio”.Hugh Williams - 2001 - Symposium 5 (2):197-214.
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    The Problem of Realism in the Philosophy of Charles Taylor and an Existential Thomist Proposal.Hugh Williams - 2010 - International Philosophical Quarterly 50 (1):93-115.
    This paper attempts to show that Charles Taylor’s persuasive and expansive phenomenology, developed primarily in his Sources of the Self, ultimately depends upon an ontology of the human person that remains undeveloped, as he often admits. His fundamentalphilosophical claims stand finally as postulates of practical reason, which nevertheless depend upon a dialogical practice that is grounded in the dialogical nature of the human person. This phenomenological and ethical approach raises persistent epistemological and metaphysical questions. What Taylor does not admit, and (...)
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    What is Good Forestry?: An Ethical Examination of Forest Policy and Practice in New Brunswick.Hugh Williams - 1996 - Environmental Ethics 18 (4):391-410.
    Public concern for ecological and environmental values is making the job of forest management increasingly complex and uncertain and is gradually undermining the domination of timber value as the primary organizing goal of forest policy. The key question is how to balance the pursuit of short-term economic self-interests with the long-term public good. I articulate a moral theory that affirms the existence of a public good that is understood teleologically as an objective purpose to be pursued. I argue that there (...)
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    What is Good Forestry?: An Ethical Examination of Forest Policy and Practice in New Brunswick.Hugh Williams - 1996 - Environmental Ethics 18 (4):391-410.
    Public concern for ecological and environmental values is making the job of forest management increasingly complex and uncertain and is gradually undermining the domination of timber value as the primary organizing goal of forest policy. The key question is how to balance the pursuit of short-term economic self-interests with the long-term public good. I articulate a moral theory that affirms the existence of a public good that is understood teleologically as an objective purpose to be pursued. I argue that there (...)
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    What is Good Forestry? Part Two.Hugh Williams - 1996 - Environmental Ethics (4):400-410.
    This is the second part of my paper "What is good forestry?" and it completes the argument on how to balance short-term economic interests with the long-term public good.
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