Jacques Maritain, 1882-1973. French Catholic philosopher, the leading 20th-century interpreter of Aquinas. His primary legacy is in moral and political philosophy, and he was a co-author of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights.

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Jacques and Raïssa Maritain: Beggars for Heaven
Review of this book by Jean-Luc Barré. Reviewed by William Sweet, courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.
Jacques Maritain
Scholarly study by William Sweet, from the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
The Jacques Maritain Center at Notre Dame
Institute dedicated to the philosopher, at this Indiana school. Includes extensive online texts, archive information.
Jacques Maritain on the Church
Article by Bernard Doering in the Summer 2002 issue of CrossCurrents.
Jacques Maritain's Philosophy of History
Includes the content of four lectures on the subject of the Philosophy of History given by Jacques Maritain.
The Very Rich Hours of Jacques Maritain
Reviewed by Peter A. Redpath reviews this book by Ralph M. McInerny. Courtesy of the University of Notre Dame.

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