Thought: Fordham University Quarterly
|Thought: Fordham University Quarterly|
|Thought: A Review of Culture and Ideas|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Thought (New York)|
|Discipline||Philosophy, Religious Studies|
|Edited by||Wilfrid Parsons, S.J (founding editor)|
Fordham University Press (United States)
Thought: Fordham University Quarterly was a peer-reviewed academic journal that published articles and reviews on a broad range of topics in the Catholic tradition. The journal was established in 1926 at the America Press and moved to Fordham University in 1937. It continued to publish at Fordham until 1992. During this time the journal published a total of 267 issues containing over 5,000 English-language contributions from well-known philosophers, theologians, social activists, and intellectuals in several countries. The entire collection is available online from the Philosophy Documentation Center.
- Daniel Berrigan
- Dietrich von Hildebrand
- Bernard Lonergan
- Jacques Maritain
- Thomas Merton
- Walker Percy
- Karl Rahner
- Elizabeth Missing Sewell
- Elie Wiesel
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