L'Eglise romaine, le savoir et le pouvoir

Almost a century ago Pope Leo XIII coldly brought about the re-establishment of Thomism. But can a philosophy be imposed in an authoritative manner unless it be for reasons unrelated to philosophy ? In point of fact, if the Church was losing its possessions and influence, Leo XIII refused to see it...

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Published in:Archives de sciences sociales des religions
Main Author: Poulat, Émile 1920-2014
Format: Electronic Article
Language:French
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Published: Ed. de l'Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales [1974]
In: Archives de sciences sociales des religions
Year: 1974, Volume: 37, Pages: 5-21
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Summary:Almost a century ago Pope Leo XIII coldly brought about the re-establishment of Thomism. But can a philosophy be imposed in an authoritative manner unless it be for reasons unrelated to philosophy ? In point of fact, if the Church was losing its possessions and influence, Leo XIII refused to see it deprived of its thought at the same time ; even further, he considered that this thought could be the instrument whereby the Church might regain control over individual consciences and societies.
ISSN:1777-5825
Contains:Enthalten in: Archives de sciences sociales des religions
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.3406/assr.1974.1901