The Christian intellectual. Hazo, S. J. Duquesne University Press,, Pittsburgh,, 1963.
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Published two years before Jaroslav Pelikan's book with the same title, this volume of collected essays focuses on "the relation of Catholicism to the human sciences," and "constitute further evidence of the manner in which the prophetic hopes of Newman are being realized on an American campus." (vii-viii) The Introduction begins: "Someone once described a vocation as a state in life when your external activities are a true reflection of your talent, temperament and personality. In simpler terms this means that what you do should be a way of realizing what you are." (ix)
@book{hazo_christian_1963,
	address = {Pittsburgh,},
	title = {The {Christian} intellectual.},
	abstract = {Published two years before Jaroslav Pelikan's book with the same title, this volume of collected essays focuses on "the relation of Catholicism to the human sciences," and "constitute further evidence of the manner in which the prophetic hopes of Newman are being realized on an American campus." (vii-viii) The Introduction begins: "Someone once described a vocation as a state in life when your external activities are a true reflection of your talent, temperament and personality. In simpler terms this means that what you do should be a way of realizing what you are." (ix)},
	publisher = {Duquesne University Press,},
	author = {Hazo, Samuel John},
	year = {1963},
	keywords = {FLcatholic},
}
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