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REL 455: American Catholicism 1775-1881: NeoScholasticism

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Neo-Scholasticism is the revival and development of medieval scholastic philosophy starting from the second half of the 19th century. It has some times been called neo-Thomism partly because Thomas Aquinas in the 13th century gave to scholasticism a final form, partly because the idea gained ground that only Thomism could infuse vitality into 12th century scholasticism. - Wikipedia

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Thinking on One's Own: Catholicism in the American Intellectual Imagination, 1928-1960