Saturday, October 01, 2005

Richard Peddicord -The Sacred Monster of Thomism (on Garrigou-Lagrange)


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Richard Peddicord's recent book on Garrigou-Lagrange, The Sacred Monster of Thomism.





Here's the link to the book in St. Augustine Press.

Here's the
link to the book in amazon.com.


Please post brief reviews on the book in the "comments" section below.  Feel free to comment on other reviews.

3 comments:

Alan Aversa said...

Fr. Aidan Nichols, O.P.'s Reason with Piety: Garrigou-Lagrange in the service of Catholic thought is an excellent complement to Fr. Peddicord's Sacred Monster of Thomism. Having had to lecture on a "post-Tridentine Catholic theology" course at Oxford for the first time at Oxford, Fr. Nichols quickly became a Fr. G.-L. convert, never having read him before. Fr. Nichols masterfully and concisely describes Modernism and introduces Fr. G.-L.'s philosophical and theological responses to it. While Fr. Peddicord focused more on Fr. G.-L.'s spirituality, Fr. Nichols concentrates on his philosophy and theology. Fr. Nichols' book is like a concise "Reality: A Synthesis of Garrigouvian Thought." I highly recommend it.

Alan Aversa said...

Here's the link for the book from Ave Maria University's Sapientia Press.

Alan Aversa said...

Also, a couple more tidbits about Fr. Nichols's biography:

He considers Dieu, son existence et sa nature "Garrigou's most important work" which "deserves recognition as a classic."

Fr. Nichols's book's 2nd most common work cited is the 2nd edition of De Revelatione, which apparently was substantially truncated in subsequent editions.