Aristotle's Modern Conception of Man: A Reply to Basil Jackson

Volume
Volume 3
Issue
Spring 1975
Title
Aristotle's Modern Conception of Man: A Reply to Basil Jackson
Abstract

Although certain trends in contemporary theology can be traced to Platonic and Neoplatonic thought, contemporary views on the composition of man are traceable to Descartes rather than to the Greeks. While a Cartesian dualism may be incompatible with both Scripture and contemporary psychology, an Aristotelian understanding of the nature of man may provide a solid theoretical basis for contemporary Christian theology and psychological practice.

Author
Dr. E.L. Schoen
Pages
109 - 115
Price
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