Continuing the repertoire started four years ago, in this issue of Espiritu we collect the Hispanic Thomistic bibliography of 2017.
On August 9, Fr. Roberto Busa SJ died. Characteristically, he would say that at 99, he liked to count them as they started. Father Roberto always looked forward: he was a pioneer, also in recent years, and his originality was that of the wise explorer, scholar, who glimpses the future on the summit of the past. Now, this good and faithful servant contemplates, beyond time, the eternal novelty of God, “my boss, and next to St. Thomas,” as he said in his last hours, serenely and with his usual good humor.
Here are the publications of the year 2012 in the Hispanic field inspired by Thomism, either by following it or by answering it. Its source is the Bibliographia Thomistica database -published on the Corpus Thomisticum website- on April 30, 2013.
The catalog of Hispanic publications related to Thomism that began last year continues here. The same criteria are followed: the publications collected are those written in each of the languages born in ancient Hispania: Spanish, Portuguese and Galician, Catalan and Basque. As Thomist studies understand those inspired by this doctrine, either by following it or by answering it. Each item is presented complete, avoiding the discomfort of cross-references. And publications are included that, without being monographically of Thomistic theme, contain pages of particular interest in this regard.
The catalog of publications related to the Thomism of the past year in any of the languages of the Iberian Peninsula continues here: Castilian, Galician-Portuguese, Catalan or Basque. In the following list, 111 bibliographical references are added.
Last July, the II International Congress of Tomista Philosophy took place, organized by the Center for Tomistic Studies of the Santo Tomás University of Santiago, Chile. As part of the events, the first volume of the Latin-Castilian bilingual edition of the Commentary on Psalms was presented. First, Professor Enrique Alarcón, editor of the Latin text and author of the Introduction, intervened. Professor Carlos A. Casanova spoke later, responsible for the Spanish version and the text notes. We then offer the presentation of Professor Casanova and the text of Professor Alarcón’s Introduction.
Truth and certitude are two different requirements of knowledge in strict sense. Such duality gives rise to the problem of justification: how to validate our assessment of what is true and what is not. Several texts of Thomas Aquinas give valuable clues for an answer. These indications clarify the relationship between truth and certainty in the light of the modal dimension of knowledge, and its dependence on the metaphysical structure of being
Continuing the repertoire started three years ago, in this issue of Espiritu we collect the Hispanic Thomistic bibliography of 2014 and in the next we will publish the one that appeared in 2015.
Continuing the repertoire started four years ago, in this issue of Espíritu we collect the Hispanic Thomistic bibliography of 2016.
Continuando el repertorio iniciado hace tres años, en este número de Espíritu recogemos la bibliografía tomista hispánica de 2015.