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Voici les articles du fascicule n°2 du tome CVII de la Revue Thomiste (publiés en 2007).

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    This bulletin presents some 40 recent publications about Islam
    concerning the following themes : the history of Islamic thought and the « new
    thinkers » of Islam, the Qu’ran, Islamic jurisprudence (fiqh), Jesus and Mary in
    Islam, Muhammed, jihad, Christianity and Islam, Shiism, Sufism and the links
    between Islam and the West.

  • Page number (beginning) 299
  • Page number (end) 340
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    Both the Old Testament and Judaism envisaged at a later date the
    individual retribution of men depending on their conduct (as is seen in Daniel,
    the Book of Enoch, the Book of Wisdom). This retribution is formally affirmed
    in the Gospels and the rest of the New Testament, in connection with the mystery
    of Jesus. Here is a study of the texts from the whole of Sacred Scripture
    which speak of this individual retribution.

  • Page number (beginning) 179
  • Page number (end) 220
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    In order to realize his project of unifying in a logical system the
    totality of the history of philosophy, Hegel thought he was obliged to posit
    as first principle for metaphysics an argument of Gorgias in which Aristotle
    saw a sophism: in effect, it consisted in concluding from the indeterminism
    of the notion of being, considered in itself, the identity of being and its opposite,
    nothing. However, Aristotle had shown that this consequence in no
    way follows if the relative meaning of being (to be something) is not confused
    with its absolute meaning (to exist). It is in order to simultaneously consider
    both the distinction and the articulation of these two meanings that Thomas
    Aquinas had recourse to the Aristotelian notion of act, in its opposition to
    potency, though not without profoundly modifying the meaning of the theses
    of Aristotle. Thomistic metaphysics was thus found demarcated from ulterior
    idealisms, while also opening perspectives in the direction of a practical philosophy
    of human liberty..

  • Page number (beginning) 221
  • Page number (end) 244
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    This bulletin presents a critical reading of some 25 publications
    concerning St Thomas Aquinas between 2003 and 2007. They allow us to have
    a clear idea of contemporary orientations of research into the major aspects of
    St Thomas’ thought: the question of God and his relation to the world, the problem
    of happiness and the foundations of morality with the central question of
    the role of natural law. We point out several recent translations in English or
    French of the works of St Thomas as well as various pieces which shine a light on
    the history of thomism.

  • Page number (beginning) 245
  • Page number (end) 298
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