Neo-Scholastic Philosophy

  The sciences of Classical reasoning peaked by the late middle ages while the secondary (physical) sciences were still quite immature. This has led some scholars to the mistaken conclusion that the elemental questions mankind naturally asks were rendered irrelevant by the passage of time. On the contrary, it is in man's nature to seek for meaning and explanation for material phenomena, the purpose and origin of things; and, accordingly, the Classical Science of explanations has entered upon a second spring ...  Welcome to its fecund splendours. SCOTUS
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