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Title: Critical symbolism : the thought of L. Auguste Sabatier
Authors: Penaskovic, Richard
Keywords: Sabatier, Louis Auguste, 1839-1901
Symbolism in literature
Philosophy and religion
Modernism (Christian theology)
Objectivism (Philosophy)
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: University of Malta. Faculty of Theology
Citation: Penaskovic, R. (1987). Critical symbolism : the thought of L. Auguste Sabatier. Melita Theologica, 38(2), 94-104.
Abstract: Louis Auguste Sabatier (1839 - 1901) should not be confused with Paul Sabatier (1858 1928). Auguste Sabatier was a professor of reformed dogmatics at Strasbourg and Paris, ending his career as dean of the Theological Faculty of Paris. His philosophy of religion had a great influence on Loisy and other Catholic modernists. Paul Sabatier made some outstanding contributions to Franciscan scholarship, among them his Vie de S. Francois d'Assise (1894). He played a part in Modernism between 1904-1914 with his An Open Letter to His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons and his Jewett Lectures on Modernism (1908). The precise role he played in Modernism has yet to be determined by scholars.
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