Norris Clarke on A Taste of Existence

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  1. brian says:

    The late Jim Arraj authored many intriguing books synthesizing Thomism with interests in Jungian archetypes, the Mystical Body, and interfaith dialogue. I particularly like The Mystery of Matter which gives one novel ways to think about form and puts in question mechanist certitudes about matter. Norris Clarke brings a personalist dimension to Existential Thomism. Along with Josef Pieper, he is among the most lucid and accessible metaphysical thinkers.


  2. Sean says:

    Thanks Father! That was great. There’s a follow-up interview (5 or so years later) also on Youtube.


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