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    The Thomism of Alasdair MacIntyre: Which Ethics? Which Epistemology?
    American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 88 (4): 659-684. 2014.
    This article studies the Thomism of Alasdair MacIntyre. On the ethical level, it highlights the importance of the thesis of the unity of the virtues in the philosopher’s work. This thesis is linked to an underlying epistemology the article clarifies. The God of the Prima Pars constitutes the Archimedean point of that epistemology, which the distinctions made in the De Veritate and De Ente and Essentia explain philosophically. This epistemology is at the heart of MacIntyrean thought, which is opp…Read more
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    MacIntyre’s Rationalities of Traditions and Gadamer’s Hermeneutics
    Journal of Philosophical Research 40 117-136. 2015.
    This article explores the ties existing between the philosophies of Alasdair MacIntyre and Hans-Georg Gadamer. A comparison between these two contemporary authors shows that they diverge fundamentally as to the role accorded to language in their thinking. For Gadamer, language occupies the place royale. MacIntyre doesn’t accord it the same role and, in so doing, intends to restore metaphysics to its place of honor. Gadamer is felt to have masked the roles of both theoria and metaphysics in Arist…Read more
  •  11
    The Thomism of Alasdair MacIntyre: Which Ethics? Which Epistemology?
    American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly 88 (4): 659-684. 2014.
    This article studies the Thomism of Alasdair MacIntyre. On the ethical level, it highlights the importance of the thesis of the unity of the virtues in the philosopher’s work. This thesis is linked to an underlying epistemology the article clarifies. The God of the Prima Pars constitutes the Archimedean point of that epistemology, which the distinctions made in the De Veritate and De Ente and Essentia explain philosophically. This epistemology is at the heart of MacIntyrean thought, which is opp…Read more
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    La question de la vérité
    Nouvelle Revue Théologique 134 (3): 441-452. 2012.