00--In the past few years, there has been a burst of scholarship with the works of Gabriel Marcel, which includes: Brian Treanor's Aspects of Alterity: Levinas, Marcel and the Contemporary Debate (Fordham University Press, 2006), Robert Wood's Gabriel Marcel: Music and Philosophy (Maquette University Press, 2005), Thomas Anderson's A Commentary on Gabriel Marcel's 'The Mystery of Being' (Marquette University Press, 2006), Katherine Rose Hanley's A Path to Peace: Dramatic Explorations by Gabriel Marcel (Marquette University Press, 2007), and a special issue of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly devoted to Gabriel Marcel (Vol.
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ACPQ stands for American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly (est. 1927; American Catholic Philosophical Association)
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Jalbert's article on Ellul and technological determinism in American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly "situates Habermas between Ellul and Joseph C.
Of the reviews, one is taken from volume 64 of the American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, devoted to Cusanus.