Rosmini priest and philosopher by Claude Leetham

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  • Rosmini, Antonio, 1797-1855.,
  • Catholic Church -- Italy -- Clergy -- Biography.,
  • Catholic philosophers -- Italy -- Biography.

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Statementby Claude Leetham ; with an introduction by Giuseppe Bozzetti.
GenreBiography.
ContributionsLeetham, Claude.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX4705.R72516 L43 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationxxiii, 511 p. :
Number of Pages511
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3795717M
ISBN 100911782397
LC Control Number81085754

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Antonio Rosmini (–), Italian priest, philosopher, theologian and patriot, and founder of a religious congregation, aimed principally in his philosophical work at re-addressing the balance between reason and religion which had largely been lost as a Rosmini priest and philosopher book of the Enlightenment.

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Blessed Antonio Francesco Davide Ambrogio Rosmini-Serbati (Italian pronunciation: [anˈtɔːnjo roˈzmiːni serˈbaːti]; Rovereto, 25 March – Stresa, 1 July ) was an Italian Roman Catholic priest and founded the Rosminians, officially the Institute of Charity or Societas a charitate nuncupata, pioneered the concept of social justice, and was a key figure in Italian Alma mater: University of Padua.

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Antonio Rosmini, Sketch of Life etc Lockhart Burns and Oates Lives (Contd.) Antonio Rosmini, Life and Notes Gaddo Derrys Wood A Brief Sketch of Life of A.R Cardiff, Priory. For Rosmini’s life, vide Claude Leetham, Rosmini, Priest and Philosopher, New York,and Denis Cleary, Antonio Rosmini: Introduction to his Life and Teaching, Durham, (2) The Origin of Ideas, 3 vols., London, In the work, the whole of Western thought on epistemological prob-File Size: 2MB.

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Book Description Blessed Antonio Rosmini-Serbati (Ma – July 1, ) was an Italian Roman Catholic priest Rosmini priest and philosopher book philosopher. He founded the Rosminians, officially the Institute of Charity or Societas a charitate nuncupata.

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Antonio Rosmini Serbati, philosopher, and founder of the Institute of Charity, born 24 March,at Rovereto, Austrian Tyrol; died 1 July,at Stresa, Italy; was educated at home until his twentieth year, and, after a three years' course at the University of Padua, returned to Rovereto to prepare for Holy orders.

The 19th-century priest, philosopher, theologian, Italian nationalist, and founder of two Catholic religious orders--the Institute of Charity, whose members are known as Rosminians, and the Sisters of Divine Providence--was also a person of great learning and sanctity.

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The text is presented in Italian with a short editorial introduction in English. Antonio Rosmini-Serbati Antonio Rosmini-Serbati, Italian religious philosopher and founder of the Institute of Charity, or Rosminians, a Roman Catholic religious organization for educational and charitable work.

The child of a noble family, Rosmini studied philosophy at Padua before being ordained in Rosmini: Priest, Philosopher and Patriot. By Claude Leetham. (Baltimore: Helicon Press. xxiii, $) Unlike many thinkers who are driven by a passion for the wide accept ance of their views during their own lifetime, Antonio Rosmini-Serbati () took a calm and modest attitude toward the spread of his ideas.

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Rosmini, Priest, Philosopher and Poet by Claude Leetham with a foreword by Giuseppe Bozzetti This is a complete account of the life and writing of the many sided genius of Antonio Rosmini. An invaluable book to the Italian scholar and Church historian.

It contains a full exposition of his philosophy texts and the part he played in the Risorgimento. Antonio Rosmini Priest, Founder of the Institute of Charity. by J.B. Midgley.

All booklets are published thanks to the generous support of the members of the Catholic Truth Society.HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF THE ROSMINI CASE. Mons. Richard Malone. It is necessary to know something of the historical context for the condemnations of and the later one in Antonio Rosmini Serbati lived in the tumultuous period of He was ordained to the priesthood in Sources: Rosmini: Priest, Philosopher, Patriot by Claude Leetham (Longmans, Green and Co, ), and The Life of Antonio Rosmini-Serbati by G.

B. Pagani (Routledge & Sons, ). and saw the importance of looking for eternal values in the Christian message. They were very conscious of the Early Liberals and, like them, believed very.

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