Jacques Maritain (1882–1973), French philosopher and political thinker, was one of the principal exponents of Thomism in the twentieth century and an influential interpreter of the thought of St Thomas Aquinas.
- The evolution of Maritain's later political thought Joseph G. Trabbic. Thomistica.net. 07/04/13.
- The Return of Thomistic Political Philosophy (Part I) (03/19/12) | Part II (03/22/12). Thomistica.net. Interview with Raymond Dennehy occasioned by the re-issued by Ignatius Press editions of Christianity and Democracy and The Rights of Man and the Natural Law.
- Joseph A Trabbic. Thomistica.net. 08/16/12.
Some Critical Comments on Maritain's Political Philosophy
- Criticism of my Maritain Post Joseph A. Trabbic. Thomistica.net. 09/07/12.
- The Tragedy of Democracy without Authority: A Reflection on Maritain and Thucydides Jose Maria J. Yulo, Ed.D. Presented to The American Maritain Association at the 2010 Annual Meeting, held at Walsh University, North Canton, Ohio.
- Acting Reasonable: Democracy, Authority, and Natural Rights in the Thought of Jacques Maritain | Brian Jones, M.A. | Ignatius Insight | January 17, 2011
- The Social Thought of Jacques Maritain, by D. Q. McLnerny. The Catholic Social Science Review Volume XI 2007.
- Maritain’s America, by Thomas Howard. First Things January 2007.
- Maritain's True Humanism, by Richard Francis Crane. First Things 150 (February 2005): 17-23.
- The Faith of the Founding, by Michael Novak. First Things 132 (April 2003): 27-32. (defends Jacques Maritain's assertion that modern democracy of the American type cannot be understood apart from the inspiration of the gospel of Jesus Christ).
- Nature and Grace: The Theological Foundations of Jacques Maritain's Public Philosophy, by Eduardo J. Echeverria. Associate Professor of Philosophy. Conception Seminary College. Markets & Morality Vol. 4, no. 2 Fall 2001.
- John Rawls and Jacques Maritain on the Law of Peoples, by John P. Dougherty. Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Newsletter Vol. 23, No. 3. Fall 2000. pp. 18-22. [.pdf format].
- Jacques Maritain: Integral Humanism, by Michael S. Joyce. First Things 101 (March 2000): 49-50.
- Maritain at the Cliff’s Edge: From Antimoderne to Le Paysan, by Jude Dougherty. Crisis 11/01/94.
- The Christian Personalism of Jacques Maritain Faith and Reason Summer 1991.
- A Salute to Jacques Maritain, by Michael Novak. The Catholic Writer: The Proceedings of the Wethersfield Institute 2 (1989): 65-82.
- Rights, Virtue, and the Common Good, by Brian Benedstad. Crisis 12/01/83. Paper presented at a seminar on Jacques Maritain, sponsored by the American Maritain Association, at Princeton University, October 28-29, 1983.
- Jacques Maritain and Reinhold Niebuhr: Theorists of Democratic Pluralism John W. Cooper. Crisis 07/01/83.
- Our Tradition: The Associative Principle in Political Economy, by Jacques Maritain. Excerpt from The Rights of Man and Natural Law (1949).
- Jacques Maritain Center , University of Notre Dame. Directed by Ralph McInerny. A treasure-trove of readings and resources, including a number of selected "Readings for philosophers and Catholics".
- Reflections on America 1956. [Entire book available online].
- Christianity and Democracy Dec. 1949. From a typewritten manuscript by Jacques Maritain, who gave this address at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association in New York on the 29th of December 1949 and again at Gettysburg College under the auspices of the Adams County Round Table of the National Conference of Christians and Jews on the 19th of February 1950.