Thursday, June 12, 2008

W. Norris Clarke

W. Norris Clarke, S.J., died June 10, at age 93. Norris Clarke was a leading exponent of what goes by the name 'Personalist Thomism' or 'Thomistic Personalism'. You can read his own account of his life on his Fordham webpage. Some of his works that are currently online:

A Taste of Existence (transcript from an interview)
A Creative Retrieval of Thomism (transcript from an interview)
Person, Being, and St. Thomas (a sort of symposium at Communio)
Freedom, Equality, Dignity of the Human Person (PDF)

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