Jacques Maritain was a French philosopher and one of the most out-standing defenders of the Neo-Scholasticism, from which he proposed to build a Christian metaphysics, which named " philosophy of the intelligence and of existence "

He studied in the Enrique IV Lyceum and in the Sorbona. He was not considering that the science itself was capable of answering to existential questions of vital character. The ethics, consistently, must subordinate also to the theology.

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