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Making: The Proper Habit of Our Being: Essays Speculative, Reflective, Argumentative

Making: The Proper Habit of Our Being: Essays Speculative, Reflective, Argumentative

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A postive engagement of the complementary dimensions of intellect that St. Thomas calls the intellectus (intuitive) and the ratio (rational), Making enlarges the concept of making as that capacity to our nature as persons whereby we exercise stewardship in the world. Demanding and provocative, Making examines significant levels of "disorientation of intellect" in the modern world. Marion Montgomery writes: "What we are witness to is the collapse of the intellectual community as it at last recognizes its self-reduction through the illusion of autonomous self-transcendence." Montgomery's critique, in the form of "essays speculative, reflective, argumentative," seeks to point the way out of intellectual disarray and confusion by affirming the spiritual nature of man, of mind, of the noetic quality of man as "maker" in the course of his intellectual journey.

Author
Montgomery, Marion

Publisher

St Augustine's Press

Related Collections:
Montgomery, Marion
St Augustine's Press

Bookshelf: 7C

ISBN/Code: 1890318396

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