Consciousness and Being

From Being to Truth in the Thomistic Tradition

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Robert C. Trundle
  • Eugene, OR: 
    Pickwick Publications
    , January
     260 pages.
     For other formats: Link to Publisher's Website.
Review coming soon!

Review by Harry Moore forthcoming.


This book is of vital interest to anyone who yearns to know how science, theology, ethics, art, and politics do really afford objective truths. Not only that, but how these truths in seemingly clashing areas are interrelated by common sense and rooted in our incontrovertible consciousness of Being itself. Being itself, as the basis for truth, is defended against truth-denying modern philosophers who, having headed in the wrong direction with tragic costs of murderous ideologies, have completely misunderstood the simple origin of truth in the realist tradition of Aristotle, Aquinas, Étienne Gilson, and others. Their profoundness is not bamboozled by the covert and corrupting sophism of today’s teachings. Anyone interested in surmounting these teachings that include political correctness and a false divide of fact from value, which paralyze the very modern ethics that helped to create them, should read this book. The book reveals how ethics, art, and politics can be as true as the sciences that inform them.

About the Author(s)/Editor(s)/Translator(s): 

Robert C. Trundle is Fellow at the Adler-Aquinas Institute and is a former Faculty Member at Regis College and University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as well as an award-winning Professor at Northern Kentucky University.


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