The Cornelio Fabro Cultural Project was founded on April 11, 2002, by the General Superior of the Institute of the Incarnate Word, Fr. Carlos Miguel Buela. The goal of the Cornelio Fabro Cultural Project is to place the entire intellectual production of this Italian philosopher at the disposition of all, in both printed and digital form, including audio, video, and texts. The Complete Works will be translated into English and Spanish, and the most important volumes into other languages as well.
On May 8, 2003, a contract was formed with the Stigmatine Fathers of the Religious Province of the Sacred Heart in Verona, granting the Project the rights to publish the Opera Omnia (Complete Works) and its translations. To date, almost 20 volumes of Fabro's complete works have been published in Italian, and translations into English and Spanish are well underway.
Who is Cornelio Fabro?
Fabro, a priest of the Congregation of the Sacred Stigmata (Stigmatines), was one of the leading Thomists of the twentieth century. He is also renown for his knowledge and understanding of modern atheism and for his studies on freedom. View More
The work of translating Fabro's works into English and diffusing them began many years ago. Click Here to see a list of Fabro's works in English. View More
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