- Before the Papacy. Guarino, Thomas // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr1998, Issue 82, p39
Reviews the book "Karol Wojtyla: The Thought of the Man Who Became John Paul II," by Rocco Buttiglione, translated by Paolo Guietti and Francesca Murphy.
- Can Philosophy Be Christian? Dulles, Avery // First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Apr2000, Issue 102, p24
Focuses on the debate about the possibility of a Christian philosophy. Human search for truth about ultimate questions; Classical positions about Christian philosophy; Pope John Paul II's elaboration of three states or stances of philosophy in relation to faith; Insufficiency of autonomous...
- IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER. Wildes, Kevin // New Republic;12/26/94, Vol. 211 Issue 26, p21
Explores the development of the philosophical adherence of Polish Cardinal Karol Wojtyla to phenomenology and its manifestations when he was elected Pope John Paul II of the Catholic Church. Role of his constant travel in the formation of his views on human existence; Background of his...
- Religious differences enrich, pope says. // National Catholic Reporter;9/15/2000, Vol. 36 Issue 40, p10
Presents the text of an address given by Pope John Paul II on September 7, 2000, which deals with religious pluralism and identity.
- KAROL WOJTYLA Y SU VISIÃ“N PERSONALISTA DEL HOMBRE. López, Andrés Felipe López // Cuestiones TeolÃ³gicas;2012, Vol. 39 Issue 91, p119
The main concern of Karol Wojtyla as a thinker is the quest for man, centered in the defense of the dignity of the human person. Wojtila is a thinker and a writer on Christian humanism and his style is imbued with personalistic philosophy. His writings and reflections deal with the truth about...
- El "racionalismo" de la EncÃclica Fides et ratio. R. Morán, Jorge // TÃ³picos. Revista de FilosofÃa;2000, Issue 19, p167
Many things have been said about Fides et ratio encyclical, though the present study aims to prove the subject we think is its main point: John Paul II's interest to propose thinkers and scientists, to regain confidence in reason to know the truth, even though this is difficult.
- Chapter Eighteen: THE PERSONALISM OF KAROL WOJTYLA. Clark, Mary T. // Personalism Revisited;2002, p320
Chapter 18 of the book "Personalism Revisited: Its Proponents and Critics" is presented. The chapter discusses the concept of personalism by philosopher Karol Wojtyla. It explores Wojtyla's findings in relation to personal action and analyzes its connection with ethics. The author also considers...
- ETHICS AS IF TRUTH MATTERED. Cavanaugh, Thomas // Dialogue & Universalism;1999, Vol. 9 Issue 7/8, p107
Presents reflections on the encyclical letter 'Fides et Ratio' of Pope John Paul II. Search for the ultimate and overarching meaning of life; Criticism of positivism and emotivism; Theology of philosophy; Life-structuring activity or habit of making all truth matter for how one lives.
- To be or not to be a Saint -- that is the question? Little, Phil // Catholic New Times;2/21/2011, p33
The article focuses on the beatification of Karol JÃ³zef Wojtyla, the late Pope John Paul II on May 1, 2011. It contends that the fast track process in this announcement is meant to block scrutiny and historical analysis for aspects of Wotyla that could bring understanding to his character,...