Retracted Chapter: Michael Baius (1513–89) and the Debate on ‘Pure Nature’: Grace and Moral Agency in Sixteenth-Century Scholasticism
The chapter: Michael Baius (1513–89) and the Debate on ‘Pure Nature’: Grace and Moral Agency in Sixteenth-Century Scholasticism appearing in: The New Synthese Historical Library Volume 57, 2005, pp 51-90 has been retracted at the request of the employer of the author at the time of writing, because it contains passages from the previously published manuscripts without acknowledging the source. The previously published manuscripts that have been duplicated in this chapter are: J.F. SOLLIER, “Baius (or de Bay), Michel”, in The Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 2 (New York: The Encyclopedia Press, 1913); P.J. DONNELLY, “Baius and Baianism”, in New Catholic Encyclopedia, vol. 2 (2nd ed.; Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2003); Henri DE LUBAC, S.J., Augustinianism and Modern Theology, trans. Lancelot SHEPPARD (London: Geoffrey Chapman, 1969); Lawrence FEINGOLD, The Natural Desire to See God According to St. Thomas Aquinas and His Interpreters (Roma: Pontificia Universitas Sanctae Crucis, 2001).”.
KeywordsMoral Agency Eternal Life Natural Desire Pure Nature Opus Omnia
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