Maritain, Jacques, 1882-1973.
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence, photographs, published and unpublished writings by O'Malley, and material relating to his teaching activities, including student papers, class record books, and lectures. Correspondents include Willa Cather, Desmond Fitzgerald, Jacques Maritain, Edward Goerner, Edwin O'Connor, and Hannah Arendt.
Notes taken during lectures by Dan Morris, Jacques Maritain, Etienne Gilson, and Gerald Bernard Phelan, 1934- 1939; a few letters received in 1948; and manuscripts of essays by Johnston.
An annotated typescript of a paper "On the Meaning of Contemporary Atheism" delivered at the University of Notre Dame, 23 March 1949; and a letter addressed to "Monsieur et cher confrere", 30 August 1927.
Xerox copies of letters that Maritain, a French Thomist philosopher and professor at Princeton, wrote to Gurian, a professor of political science at Notre Dame, concerning world events, politics, and personal matters.
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