Paul Simon

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Paul Simon (1882-1946) was professor of scholastic philosophy and apologetics in the department of Catholic theology at the University of Tubingen (1925-33). In 1933, he was appointed Cathedral Vicar in Paderborn. He was one of Germany's most distinguished theologians, as well as a proponent of ecumenism and the church's engagement with modern philosophy.

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