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The Thomistic Institute Angelicum encourages the study of Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic tradition as a living voice and inspiration for Catholic theology and philosophy. For more information about the Institute's programs or upcoming events please visit our website: https://angelicum.it/thomistic-institute/
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 2: Introduction to Thomistic Philosophy--the second of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 7: Virtue--an intensive look at the meaning of virtue for our lives. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 1: Why Aquinas?--the first of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 6: Christ and the Sacraments--the sixth of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 4: Principles of the Moral Life--the fourth of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 5: Theological and Cardinal Virtues--the fifth of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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This is the course listening for Aquinas 101 - Course 3: God and Creation--the third of six courses that together make up the Aquinas 101 Course. Each podcast episode accompanies a course video and course reading. If you haven't enrolled already to receive semiweekly emails with all the materials, be sure to do so at http://www.aquinas101.com. Because it matters what you think!
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Has modern science made faith in God impossible? Does belief in miracles and traditional dogmas require us to deny scientific evidence, or abandon the scientific method? Does Schrodinger’s cat invalidate the principle of non-contradiction? The Catholic faith does not need to fear contemporary science. In fact, great believing minds have steered the scientific project until today, and still have much to say about the harmony of science and divine faith.
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Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. Catherine Pakaluk about the philosophy of Edith Stein (St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross). Learn how she inspired Prof. Pakaluk and why her work matters today!Discovering Wisdom: A Journey with Edith Stein w/ Fr. Gregory Pine, …
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This lecture was given on June 16th, 2023, at Glencomeragh House, Ireland.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsFr. Conor McDonough, O.P. (Dominican House of Studies, Dublin) is a Dominican friar from Galway. He studied science and theology at the University of Cambridge and taught theology at se…
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This lecture was given on November 18th, 2023, at University of South Florida.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsAbout the speaker:Professor Paul Symington graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in Philosophy and Religion from Roberts Wesleyan College in 1998. He received an M.A. in Theology fr…
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This lecture was given on November 7th, 2023, at University of North Texas.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsAbout the Speaker:Erik Dempsey (PhD, Boston College) is the Assistant Director of UT's Thomas Jefferson for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas. He completed his doctorate at Boston Coll…
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This lecture was given on September 28th, 2023, at Georgetown University.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsAbout the speaker:Robert P. George is the sixth McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University…
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This lecture was given on June 21st, 2023, at Stonyhust College.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsProf. Joshua Hochschild (Mount St. Mary’s University) is Professor of Philosophy and Director of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He also served six years as the inaugural Dean of the College …
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Prof. Joshua Hochschild (Mount St. Mary’s University) is Professor of Philosophy and Director of Philosophy, Politics and Economics. He also served six years as the inaugural Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. His primary research is in medieval logic, metaphysics, and ethics, with broad interest in liberal education and the continuing relevance …
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Hearing the Word of God: A Kierkegaardian Phenomenology of Conscience Dr. Steven DeLay “Husserl insisted that I should study Kierkegaard.” So recounts the Russian existential philosopher, Lev Shestov, in his posthumously published 1939 essay, “In Memory of a Great Philosopher: Edmund Husserl.” Why would Husserl have said such a thing? As soon as on…
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Dr. Adam Eitel (Yale Divinity School) holds appointments in the Divinity School, the Program in Medieval Studies, and the Humanities Program. His research and teaching bring topics in the history of Christian theology to bear on questions of fundamental moral concern. A specialist in medieval scholasticism, his particular research interests span do…
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Balderdash: what is it, exactly? Why do we tolerate balderdash? How can we reduce it? Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Sr. Anna Wray, O.P. about her latest Thomistic Institute lecture, "Balderdash: What It Is, Why We Tolerate It, and How We Can Reduce It."Making Sen…
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Dr. Adam Eitel (Yale Divinity School) holds appointments in the Divinity School, the Program in Medieval Studies, and the Humanities Program. His research and teaching bring topics in the history of Christian theology to bear on questions of fundamental moral concern. A specialist in medieval scholasticism, his particular research interests span do…
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Fr. Robert Dodaro, O.S.A. (Patristic Institute) is the president of the Patristic Institute in Rome, where he is also a professor. In addition, he is professor of patristic theology in the Pontifical Lateran University. He is the author of Christ and the Just Society in the Thought of Augustine, and co-edited Augustine: Political Writings and also …
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Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. is a doctoral student in Christology at the University of Fribourg. He serves as the Assistant Director for Campus Outreach with the Thomistic Institute in Washington, DC. Prior to the TI, he was an associate pastor at St. Louis Bertrand Church in Louisville, KY where he also taught as an adjunct professor at Bellarmine Unive…
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John A. Cuddeback is professor of Philosophy at Christendom College, where he has taught for twenty-five years. He lectures widely on topics including virtue, fatherhood, friendship, and household, and his professional writings appear in various academic journals and books.By The Thomistic Institute
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Jonathan Lunine is the David C. Duncan Professor in the Physical Sciences and Chair of the Department of Astronomy at Cornell University. Lunine is interested in how planets form and evolve, what processes maintain and establish habitability, and what kinds of exotic environments (methane lakes, etc.) might host a kind of chemistry sophisticated en…
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Mary Hirschfeld is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Notre Dame. Before joining the faculty at Notre Dame, Mary Hirschfeld was Associate Professor of Economics and Theology in the Department of Humanities at Villanova University where she regularly taught the Humanities gateways Society and God, and honors ACS seminars (ancients …
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Michael Gorman is professor of philosophy at The Catholic University of America. He has doctorates in philosophy and theology. He has authored over thirty academic papers and a book entitled Aquinas on the Metaphysics of the Hypostatic Union (Cambridge University Press, 2017). His main interests are metaphysics, human nature, and ethics.…
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Professor Eitel is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of Dallas. Before joining the UD faculty in 2023, he taught for eight years at Yale University, where he held appointments in the Divinity School, the Program in Medieval Studies, and the Humanities Program. His research and teaching bring topics in the history of Christian theolo…
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Does evil disprove God? Join Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. of Aquinas 101, Godsplaining, and Pints with Aquinas for an off-campus conversation with Prof. W. Matthews Grant about his latest Thomistic Institute lecture, "Does Evil Disprove God?"Does Evil Disprove God? w/ Fr. Gregory Pine, O.P. & Prof. W. Matthews Grant (Off-Campus Conversations)You can list…
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This lecture was given on October 10th, 2023, at The Ohio State University.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsAbout the Speaker:Patrick Callahan is director of the Newman Institute for Catholic Thought & Culture at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln as well as Assistant Professor of English & …
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This lecture was given on June 16th, 2023, at Holy Family Mission, Glencomeragh House Kilsheelan, TA Ireland.For more information on upcoming events, visit us at thomisticinstitute.org/upcoming-eventsAbout the Speaker: Fr. Alan O’Sullivan, O.P. (Trinity College) is currently the chaplain of Trinity College, Dublin. He is a member of the Irish provi…
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