This is a lecture by Edward Feser, delivered to the Anscombe Society at Princeton University in 2015. The lecture is introduced and the Q&A is moderated by Robert P. George. In this lecture, he defends the perverted faculty argument from… (READ MORE)
Edward Feser, Why Not Annihilation? Ed Feser’s blog David Albert Jones, The injustice of destroying embryonic human beings, Mercatornet Tim Bradley, Unconscionable: Threats to Religious Freedom and Rights of Conscience in the Abortion Debate, Public Discourse R. J. Snell, Against Pious Nihilism: C.S…. (READ MORE)
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… (READ MORE)
In this lecture, John Haldane discusses the incoherent and schizophrenic understanding of sex and sexuality in modern society. He also addresses the sentimentalization and infantilization of our understanding of sex and illustrates this by reference to the argument that presently underpins… (READ MORE)
This is the first of three talks I’ll be featuring from a recent conference, The Future of Catholicism in America, that I attended early last month. Here, Michael Hanby discusses the absolutism of technocracy and the technological revolution. He argues that the Sexual… (READ MORE)
The following is a Thomistic interpretation of the idea of natural rights given by Fr. Thomas Joseph White at the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C.