Philosophy, Theology and the Jesuit Tradition: "The Eye of Love"
Bloomsbury: T&T Clark
New York: NY
Apart from an orientation to and interest in the discernment of spirits as laid out in St Ignatius’s Spiritual Exercises, there does not exist a Jesuit epistemology as such. Compared to the numbers of Jesuit systematic theologians, scripture scholars, metaphysicians, and ethicists, there have been few Jesuit epistemologists.2 In metaphysics, Jesuits have been Thomist or Suarezian, even Platonist. In ethics, they have ranged from proportionalist through deontologist to virtue ethicist. No similar distinctive Jesuit presence is to be found in epistemology....
Murphy, James G.. Contemporary Jesuit Epistemological Interests. Philosophy, Theology and the Jesuit Tradition: "The Eye of Love", , : 139-158, 2017. Retrieved from Loyola eCommons, Philosophy: Faculty Publications and Other Works,
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