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Within the alliance of major seminaries, 125 directors who were meeting in Paris declared their enthusiastic support for the pope’s actions. Only fifty clergy refused to take the AntiModernist oath. Nonetheless, the fears of Pius X and his supporters nurtured a culture of suspicion. 67 While internal debates still raged, Pius X mobilized the Vatican hierarchy against the Modernists whose support for the claims of the world threatened to destroy the Church. In this counteroffensive, the Church campaigned on many levels.
When we analyze this moral conscience, it suggests the idea of a judge, “of one who sees my heart” and who guides all things. Newman’s epistemology and its reliance on conscience in the Grammar of Assent suggested an alternative approach to that of the regnant Thomism. Indeed, he may be closer to Kant’s “moral proof” than to Aquinas. 28 The Thomist revival possessed distinct advantages since it was compatible with Vatican authority and opposed the internalizing and subjective tendencies of a post-Kantian philosophy.
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