Month: August 2016

Dominic Legge on ‘Justice and Human Law’

This is the second of six talks on the social and political philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, presented by the Catholic and Dominican Institute of Mount Saint Mary College this June, at the Sixth Annual Philosophy Workshop. It follows on the heels of the first lecture by Professor…

Weekend Reading

Regis Martin, in Crisis, considers whether the abolition of God portends the annihilation of Man. Over at his place, Edward Feser continues his adventures in the old atheism, Part II: Sartre. R. R. Reno explore significance of the role that a fear of…

Steven Long on ‘The Common Good’

This is the first of a series of talks on the social and political philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas, presented by the Catholic and Dominican Institute of Mount Saint Mary College this June, at the Sixth Annual Philosophy Workshop. In this lecture, Professor Steven Long…

Weekend Reading

Over at Public Discourse, Sherif Girgis has two articles on contraception, on The Historic Christian Teaching Against Contraception: A Defense, and Papal Infallibility and Moral Witness.There are also articles by Scott Yenor on Why Autonomy Cannot Explain Marriage and Family Life and John Skalko…