The Mind That Is Catholic: Philosophical and Political Essays

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Catholic University of America Press, 2008 - Religion - 352 pages
The Mind That Is Catholic, he presents a retrospective collection of his academic and literary essays written in the past fifty years. In each essay, he exemplifies the Catholic mind at its best--seeing the whole, leaving nothing out.

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James V. Schall is professor of political philosophy at Georgetown University. He is the author of hundreds of essays on political, theological, literary, and philosophical issues and numerous books including Schall on Chesterton: Timely Essays on Timeless Paradoxes, At the Limits of Political Philosophy: From ""Brilliant Errors"" to Things of Uncommon Importance, On the Unseriousness of Human Affairs, and Another Sort of Learning.

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