+ CRITIQUE OF NEO THOMISM

This piece is a somewhat technical philosophical critique of neo-Thomism as represented by two of its most famous proponents, Bernard Lonergan a Canadian, and Karl Rahner, a German.  Both men are deceased; both were Jesuit priests.  While I realize that the essay requires familiarity with these authors … and that my treat­ment does not provide that … I felt that it covers points that are essential to understanding the transition from an essentialist to an empiricist perspective.  It contains the central insight of the yet-to-be-published Mystery of Matter which underlies most of my thinking in all these essays: that existence is material energy.

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