The Good in Existential Metaphysics

The Good in Existential Metaphysics

The Good in Existential Metaphysics

The Good in Existential Metaphysics

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The Aristotelian Society of Marquette University each year invites a scholar to deliver a lecture in honor of St. Thomas Aquinas. Customarily delivered on the Sunday nearest March 7, the feast day of the Society's patron saint, these lectures are called the Aquinas lectures.

In 1952 the Society had the honor of recording the lecture of Elizabeth G. Salmon, associate professor of philosophy in the Graduate School of Fordham University.

Miss Salmon was born in New York City. Having entered the College of Mount St. Vincent-on-the-Hudson with a New York Regents State Scholarship she was graduated with an A.B. summa cum laude. For a year and a half she took courses at the Sorbonne of the University of Paris, the École des Hautes Études and the Institut Catholique de Paris, attending the classes of Etienne Gilson and Jacques Maritain. She then attended the Institut Supérieur de Philosophie at the University of Lou vain . . .

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