Gilson Studies


Gilson Studies revisits Étienne Gilson’s prodigious scholarship to help keep it alive for future generations, familiarize readers with Gilsonian humanism, and foster among contemporary and future intellectuals a greater appreciation of the philosophical and Thomistic realism that was part of the life-blood of Gilson’s method of philosophizing.
Gilson Studies is a special series in the Value Inquiry Book Series.
Peter A. Redpath, Holy Apostles College and Seminary

Editorial Board:
Roberta Bayer (Patrick Henry College, USA); Paul Richard Blum (Loyola University Baltimore, USA); Ken Bryson (Cape Breton University, Canada); William Carroll (Oxford University/ Research Fellow, Blackfriars, UK); Stephen Chamberlain (Rockhurst University, USA); Donald Collins (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland); James P. Carley (York University, Canada); Robert Delfino (St. John’s University, New York, USA); John N. Deely (St. Vincent College, Pennsylvania, USA); Fulvio DiBlasi (Thomas International, Palermo, Italy); Lois Eveleth (Salve Regina University, USA); Heather Erb (Aquinas Leadership International/International Étienne Gilson Society, USA/Poland); Richard Fafara (Adler-Aquinas Institute/Aquinas School of Leadership, USA); James Farge (Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto, Canada); Curtis L. Hancock (Rockhurst University, USA); Thierrry-Dominiqua Humbrecht (Paris, France); Ronald Hurl (Catholic University of America, USA); Piotr Jaroszyński (John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin, Poland); Joseph Jordan (USA); Edward Macierowski (Benedictine University, USA); Michael Mangini (Adler-Aquinas Institute, USA); Enrique Martinez Garcia (University Abat Oliba, Barcelona, Spain), William McVey (Adler-Aquinas Institute/Aquinas School of Leaderhsip, USA); Alessandro Mini (University Abat Oliba, Barcelona, Spain); Francesca Murphy (University of Notre Dame, USA); Fran O’Rourke (Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland); Marvin Peláez (Adler-Aquinas Institute, USA/University Abat Oliba, Barcelona, Spain); Alice Ramos (St. John’s University, New York, USA); Tracey Rowland (John Paul II Institute for Marriage and the Family, Melbourne, Australia); Gregory Sadler (ReasonIO; Global Center for Advanced Studies; Oplerno; Marist College, New York, USA), Peter Simpson (CUNY, New York, USA); Fr. Pawel Tarasiewicz (Adler-Aquinas Institute, USA), Richard, Taylor (Marquette University, USA). Robert Trundle (Adler-Aquinas Institute, USA); Mark Wauck (Aquinas Leadership International, USA)