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Integral Humanism and the Crisis of Modern Times

  • Jacques Maritain (a1)
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To Avoid misunderstanding, I should note at once that my point of view is here not that of the mere logic of ideas and doctrines, but that of the concrete logic of the events of history.

From the first point of view, that of the mere logic of ideas and doctrines, it is evident that there are many possible positions other than the “pure” positions which I shall examine. One might ask theoretically and in the abstract, what value these various positions have. That is not what I plan to do. In a word, my point of view is that of the philosophy of culture, and not that of metaphysics.

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1 Notably in France, the Rousseauistic current was owept away by the countercurrent, the current of rationalistic humanism, which it has at last reinforced by its strong sentimental dynamism.

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