15 April 2005

The Pope as philosopher

Zenit carries an interview with the Mexican philosopher, Rodrigo Guerra López, concerning the Philosophic Legacy of Karol Wojtyla/John Paul II. Guerra López describes the Pope's developed philosophical position as one of "realistic phenomenology" and "personalism." He further appears to confirm John Paul's debt to Kant's categorical imperative and even to Marx's theory of labour, a dependence which might be seen to vindicate Robert Kraynak's critique of the Pontiff.

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