7:1 (January-March 2018)

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Maria Asuncion L. Magsino, “Peirce, Sebeok, and the Semiotic Reformation on Contemporary Communications,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 11–31, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070101

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Claudio Marenghi, “La originalidad de la ontología tomista y su giro en torno al ser,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 33–67, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070102

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Peter A. Redpath, “Why Augustinian Apologetics and Logical Dialectic Are Not Enough to Defend the Reasonableness of the Christian Faith in an Increasingly-Fragmented World,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 69–80, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070103

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Donna E. West, “Fashioning Episodes Through Virtual Habit: The Efficacy of Pre-Lived Experience,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 81–99, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070104

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Małgorzata Łobacz, “The Problem and the Meaning of Material Poverty in the Age of Globalization. The Ethical and Pedagogical Aspect,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 103–118, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070105

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J. Marianne Siegmund, “Silence and the Audibility of the Word: Contemplative Listening as a Fundamental Act of the New Evangelization. Part 2: Jesus Christ, the Eternal Listener,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 119–137, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070106

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Brian Welter, “Thomas Aquinas on Bodily Identity by Antonia Fitzpatrick,” Studia Gilsoniana 7, no. 1 (January–March 2018): 141–146, DOI: 10.26385/SG.070107

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