Jacques Maritain: Flannery’s Go-To Thomist

“The novel is an art form and when you use it for anything other than art, you pervert it. I didn’t make this up. I got it from St. Thomas (via Maritain) who allows that art is wholly concerned with the good of that which it is made; it has no utilitarian end.” [ FlanneryContinue reading “Jacques Maritain: Flannery’s Go-To Thomist”