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INTRODUCTION
CULTURE AS A THEOLOGICAL PROBLEM
Modernism and modernity
Modernity as a specific cultural formation
The Conciliar openness to modernity
‘Culture’ in Gaudium et spes
Specific examples of the problematic
The ‘autonomy of culture’
Bernard Lambert’s affirmation of ‘secularism’
The affirmation of the secular in Rahner and Maritain
‘CULTURE’ WITHIN POST- CONCILIAR MAGISTERIAL THOUGHT
Introduction
The split between the gospel and culture
The Christocentrism of John Paul II
The culture of death and the Liberal tradition
The Greco-Latin heritage
Conclusion
MODERNITY AND THE THOMIST TRADITION
The bureaucratised self
The eclipse of prudential judgement
Plain persons and professional administrators
The ‘onto-logic’ of economic practices
The junction of ‘Aristotelian Marxism’ with Thomism
‘MASS CULTURE’ AND THE ‘RIGHT TO CULTURE’
The Aristocratic and Bourgeois Liberal models
The Nietzschean model
The ‘prototypical’ classical Christian model
Memory and ‘sapiential experience’
The problem of ‘mass culture’
The possibility of a ‘modern Catholic self’
THE LOGOS OF THE KULTUR OF MODERNITY
Invalidations of the secular
The logic of identities in relation
The mechanical form of the ‘secular logic’
The ‘culture of America’
The form of love
A POSTMODERN DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRADITION
CULTURE AND THE RATIONALITY OF THE TRADITION
The influence of R. G. Collingwood
The concept of a narrative tradition
‘Smudging the boundaries’ between philosophy and theology
Fides et ratio
Harmonising Aristotelian and Patristic elements
Certainty as ‘rational coherence’
MacIntyre’s project and the New Natural Law theory
The absence of a narrative tradition
Religion as an ‘infrastructural’ and ‘primary’ good
The rhetoric of rights
CONCLUSION
The ongoing challenge of postmodern Augustinian Thomism
NOTES
ABBREVIATIONS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
INDEX
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Culture and the Thomist Tradition After Vatican II Radical Orthodoxy

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