THlE MICHIGEAN .-DAILY
TUESDAY, JAN. 11, 1953
AeaS Of Torointo Institute
Says Philosopher Must
Seeak Truth And Peace
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scribed as harmony between the thing
and the intellect.
Faith and Reson* or Philosophy
and Theology, Professor Phelan said,
~take different paths in their quest for
truth. Reason and Philosophy, he
said, start with the Senses and pro-
ceed to knowledge of existence, unity,
goodness, intelligence and the will of
God while Faith and theology rest
on revelation; and not private .revela-
tion, he specified, but that which pro-
coeds froma the authority of the
Chu cJl, In bringing, to light the re-
lationship between Faith and Rea-
son, the speaker said, St. Thomas vir-
tually Christianized the philosophy of
In his lecture yesterday, Professor
Phelan declared that a philosopher
mnust love order and ,seek peace or be
false to his profession.
Speaking upon "Art, Science and.
Wisdom -A Scholastic Synthesis,"
Professor Phelan devoted his lecture
to explaining the philosophy of St.
G~reeki and Roman culture were syn-'
Vleied during the Middle Ages into
pilosophic, scientific Aind theological
interpretations of scholasticism, Pro-
fessor .Phelan explained.,
Oi-der, h e said.., is a direction of like
Sand unlike things to a definite end.
Order is found in the universe around
us, in speculative scipaces, natural
sciences, logic and in ;ethics, -he said.
Because a philosopher . s a lover of
knowledge he becomes a personal
lover of order.
Beyond order in die universe around
us is another greater order, the su-
~pernatural,. Professor, Phelan said.
The universe~ has a niche into which,
each individual fits upon birth, au-7
~tomatically possessed of a complete
-orga~nization of virtues..
0-Whnplaced together there .is no
,,,4 cnflict~ between these two orders,
-Pofessor 1'helan explained.
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