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Alexandra Cathey, THE GOSPEL’S VISION FOR WOMEN AND THE FEMININE GENIUS, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 511–526:

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Heather M. Erb, DIVINE POWER AND THE SPIRITUAL LIFE IN AQUINAS, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 527–547:

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Brian Kemple, THE PREEMINENT NECESSITY OF PRUDENCE, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 549–572:

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Denis A. Scrandis, THE END OF MAN IN JACQUES MARITAIN’S CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 573–583:

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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 1: AN ANTHROPOLOGY OF LISTENING, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 585–607:

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Pedro García Casas, WOJTYLIAN CRITIQUE OF KANTIAN MORALITY AND PROPOSAL OF THE UNCONDITIONAL PERSONALISTIC NORM, Studia Gilsoniana 6:4 (October–December 2017): 609–631:

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