Traduttore, Traditore

Recently, I acquired the new translation of Karol Wojtyła’s Person and Act, the first volume of the critical edition of the works of Pope St. John Paul II. I had never bothered to purchase a copy of the previous English edition, The Acting Person (Analecta Husserliana, 10), having heard of various serious issues with the … Continue reading Traduttore, Traditore

Laudato Si’, the Natural Philosopher, and the Common Good

Leslie Armour notes that Charles De Koninck was writing before "ecology" had become a catch word, before anyone had thought of "green parties" and before the contemporary animal rights movements had caught the popular imagination. But he had devoted much of his life to the philosophy of science, and he feared that a growing movement toward … Continue reading Laudato Si’, the Natural Philosopher, and the Common Good