"The personality of man stands and falls with his capacity to grasp truth."
“While the critique of ontotheology would have thinking first attempt to rid itself of idols, a dramatic view of reason would have it seek instead to enter more deeply into the movement that is always-already underway, and thus this view presupposes a positive relation to God that is more fundamental than the negative or neutral.”
Truth, Freedom and Relativism in Western Democracies: Pope Benedict XVI's Contributions to Without RootsDavid L. Schindler
“Eternity is the superabundant and groundless being that reveals itself in Christ as the truth of love.”
The Eucharistic Presence: A Study in Biblical TheologyDenis Farkasfalvy
ANT-OAR: Part V
"The same problems that arose with regard to ANT apply equally to ANT-OAR."
“If the cell’s behavior is not commensurate with that of an embryo, the cell is not an embryo.”
“Nothing other than a cell with the required epigenetic primordia is capable of receiving a human substantial form.”
"Schindler, and not Brugger, is the real Aristotelian here."
"The real bone of contention . . . is whether or not there is anything like an Aristotelian nature."
"Austriaco defines being not by what it is, but by what is its first (ontological) effect."