Il Realismo Integrale di M. Blondel [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 9 (2):360-360 (1955)
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An analysis of the realism of M. Blondel, with an attempt to distinguish its traditional elements from its novel features. Blondel's emphasis on the inseparability of philosophy and action is argued to be the foundation of his return to Christian realism.--A. R.



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