The Principle of the Integral Good

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In Fides et Ratio Pope St. John Paul II repeated Pope Pius XII’s exhortation to the Bishops and theologians of the Church in Humani generis to uphold the metaphysical principles of traditional Catholic philosophy. In The Principle of the Integral Good, Fr. Chad Ripperger shows the far-reaching importance of one of these principles, “the principle of the integral good,” in other words, that “the good is only achieved when there is no defect, i.e. when there is nothing lacking to the thing in relationship to those things that are proper or due to the nature of the thing.” Fr. Ripperger shows the serious consequences that flow from a neglect of this principle in regard to morality, aesthetics, ecclesiology, and creation theology.

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In Fides et Ratio Pope St. John Paul II repeated Pope Pius XII's exhortation to the Bishops and theologians of the Church in Humani generis to uphold the metaphysical principles of traditional Catholic philosophy. In The Principle of the Integral Good, Fr. Chad Ripperger shows the far-reaching importance of one of these principles, "the principle of the integral good," in other words, that "the good is only achieved when there is no defect, i.e. when there is nothing lacking to the thing in relationship to those things that are proper or due to the nature of the thing." Fr. Ripperger shows the serious consequences that flow from a neglect of this principle in regard to morality, aesthetics, ecclesiology, and creation theology.

Weight 7 oz
Dimensions 9 × 12 × .5 in
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