Roman DarowskiCorresponding author

Vincentius Buczyński, S.J. (1789-1853), on the Way to a Revival of Thomism

Article
10 - 2005, pages 181-189
Date of online publication: 03 August 2016
Date of publication: 30 November 2005

Abstract

Vincent Buczyński was one of the most outstanding 19th-century Jesuit philosophers (alongside Marian Morawski and Joseph Aloisius Dmowski) from Poland (more precisely, the territories of the former Polish State, then non-existent politically). He worked in several countries as a philosopher and theologian. The chronology of his work is as follows: Połock, Tarnopol (now in Ukraine), Nowy Sącz (Poland), Graz, Linz (Austria), Namur and Louvain (Belgium). He published a three-part work entitled Institutiones Philosophicae (I-III, Vienna, 1843-1844), and a book Institutiones Doctrinae Religionis (Vienna, 1842).

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Darowski, Roman. “Vincent Buczyński SJ (1789-1853) on the Way to a Revival of Thomism.” Forum Philosophicum 10 (2005): 181–9. doi:10.35765/forphil.2005.1001.13.