Heythrop, Copleston and the Jesuit contribution to philosophy
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There has been public outcry from philosophers and others at the prospect of the closure of Heythrop College, University of London; yet the nature and history of Heythrop remain little known. It is apt and timely, therefore, as its likely dissolution approaches, to provide a brief account of its origins and development up to and including the period of its entry into London University under the leadership of the most famous modern historian of philosophy Frederick Copleston. Following on from this the idea of a distinctive Jesuit intellectual tradition, and more specifically of the Jesuit contribution to philosophy is explored.
Haldane , J J 2016 , ' Heythrop, Copleston and the Jesuit contribution to philosophy ' Philosophy , vol 91 , no. 4 , pp. 559-589 . DOI: 10.1017/S0031819116000383
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