Advisor(s) - Committee Chair
Department of Philosophy & Religion
Master of Arts
The primary interest in this work is to examine Maritain's solution to this problem in philosophy, and to examine it as it applies to the various kinds of knowledge. Thus, this position will be examined in connection with knowledge in general, or in connection with what might be called common sense knowledge. We will also examine the kinds of knowledge which are proper to the various sciences,2 both speculative and practical. Furthermore, throughout the consideration in this work of Maritain's solution, as it applies to the various kinds of knowledge to be considered, the fundamental involvement of being will be followed.
Arts and Humanities | Catholic Studies | Philosophy | Religion
Gelderloss, Calvin, "Jacques Maritain: Reflections on Different Kinds of Knoweldge" (1973). Masters Theses & Specialist Projects. Paper 2381.