Neuhaus, Richard John
May 1994
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May1994, Issue 43, p66
Focuses on the examination done by British philosopher Maurice Cowling on the works of philosopher Alasdair MacIntyre. Observations regarding MacIntyre's inquiry of quasi-Marxism and Thomism; Comments on the reattachment by MacIntyre of morality and religion in the conditions of contemporary intellectual life; Limitations in the understanding of liberalism.


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