Published by the Center for the Study of The Great Ideas (founded in 1990 by Mortimer J. Adler and Max Weismann)
In association with the The Adler-Aquinas Institute and Aquinas School of Leadership
A Founding Member of the Alliance for Liberal Learning

Saturday, February 22, 2020

Aquinas Leadership International Update - February 2020

Dr. Peter A. Redpath writes, 

"As usual, I write to update you about some developments related to the Aquinas Leadership International (ALI) group, our affiliate organizations, and other groups interested in ALI’s work. If you would like me to include some information in a future monthly update, email me that request at my email address immediately below." 


Congratulations to our colleague, Juan Pablo Stegmann, for recently passing his defense Summa cum laude at the Universidad Abat Oliba CEU (Barcelona, Spain) of his nearly 900-page dissertation (containing decades-long research that includes about 500 authors and 1600 references). For more information, go to:

It contains a summary of this personal and academic investigation of how society would change if we had more spirituality. Starting with discussions about how we make decisions, relying on strategic management and political economy, and escalates to philosophy, and spirituality.

The Deely Project at St. Vincent College announces the Third Annual John Deely/Jacques Maritain Lecture:

Invited Guest Speaker: Farouk Y. Seif, Ph.D.

Topic: "De-sign: The Mutual Fulfillment of God and Humans"

Date: 24 March 2020

Time: 4:00 P.M., followed immediately by a reception

Location: Luparello Lecture Hall, St. VIncent College, 300 Purchase Road, Latrobe, Pennsylvania 15650, USA

For more information about this event and/or to donate to The Deely Project:

Phone 724-805-2725, or email

Go to the link below for videos of the terrific, recent Telos Paul Piccone Institute (TPPI) 2020 Conference:

Holy Apostles College and Seminary invites friends, families, and communities to celebrate its Gratitude Gala

Date: 24 April 2020

Time: 6:00 P.M.

Location: St. Clement's Castle, Portland, Connecticut, USA

For more information, go to:

The Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy (SMRP) announces

Award of an annual prize of $500 for the best paper on Medieval or Renaissance philosophy by a younger scholar. Eligibility is restricted to graduate students and recent PhDs (within the last five years).

The award recipient will be invited to present a paper at a SMRP session at conference of one’s choice in the year of the competition. The recipient may apply for up to $500 to assist with travel expenses. In recent years, SMRP has sponsored sessions at the annual meetings of the American Philosophical Association, the American Catholic Philosophical Association, the International Congress on Medieval Studies (Kalamazoo), as well as at several other conferences.

Submissions, which should generally be limited to 9,000 words, may include:

- The text of a lecture delivered within the last year or to be delivered (though short, informal talks are not suitable)

- Unpublished Essays

- Articles or chapters submitted for publication or forthcoming, but not yet in print.

Entries should be submitted to Dr. Thomas Osborne at by May 1.

In your email, please include your name, affiliation, title of your paper, contact information, and date of PhD. The file you submit must be prepared for blind review (including the elimination of meta-data from the electronic file) and should include an abstract of not more than 200 words.

The 16th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society announces its annual meeting:

Topic: "Solidarity in the Digital Public Sphere: From Extremes to Common Ground"

Dates: 26–27 March 2020

Location: iHotel and Conference Center, The Research Park at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA

Proposals are now being accepted at:

Aquinas and “the Arabs”

For information about Richard Taylor's "Aquinas and the 'Arabs'" International Working Group and upcoming conferences and seminars hosted by this organization, see:

Our colleague Brendan Sweetman makes the following announcement about Marcel Studies and dues:

Dear Members of the Gabriel Marcel Society and Friends of Marcel:

I am very happy to announce that the Fourth Issue of Marcel Studies, our on line, peer reviewed, interdisciplinary journal, has been released. You can read the Journal here:

As well as interesting articles and reviews, be sure to check out our “News and Views” section. This issue features an obituary for Marcel Scholar, K.R. Hanley, and a reflection on attending a lecture by Marcel from Irish poet, Desmond Egan.

I hope you find the Journal interesting, and stimulating for your own work and ideas. Please consider a submission for a future issue, and please forward this message to anyone who you think may be interested in Marcel.

CALL FOR DUES: This email message is also our annual call for dues! The annual dues rate is a very modest $15, which can be sent in the form of cash or (preferably) check. Send cash or checks (payable to Gabriel Marcel Society) for Society membership for 2019 to:

Dr Brendan Sweetman, Department of Philosophy, Rockhurst University, 1100 Rockhurst Road, Kansas City, M0 64110.

PAYPAL: It is also possible to pay dues, or to make a contribution, by means of paypal. Just send your payment to my email address: Add a note that it is for the Marcel Society. I will send all receipts by email.

Dues are used to help defray the expenses of the Society with regard to production of the Journal, conferences, research support, website maintenance, etc.

With best wishes,


The Joe Torre Safe-at Home Foundation announces its 2020 Annual Gala

Date: 23 April 2020

Time: 6:00 P.M.

Location: Hotel Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California, USA

For more information, go to:

The Information, Medium & Society: 18th International Conference on Publishing Studies, Knowledge & Society announces its annual meeting:

Topic: "The Role of Scholarly Communication in a Post-Truth Era"

Proposals are now being accepted, until 13 March 2020. For more information go to:

Announcing the 13th International Conference on e-Learning and Innovative Pedagogies

Topic: "There is No Scale: Distance and Access in the Era of Distributed Learning"

Dates:23–24 April 2020

Location: University of the Aegean (Rhodes Campus), Rhodes, Greece

To submit a proposal for this conference, go to:

Announcing publication of Comments on John Deely's Book (1994) New Beginnings by Razie Mah in the series Considerations of Jacques Maritain, John Deely and Thomistic Approaches to the Questions of These Times

Co-authors, and colleagues, Thomas L. Spalding, James M. Stedman, Christina L. Gagné, and Matthew Kostelecky announce publication of:

The Human Person: What Aristotle and Thomas Aquinas Offer Modern Psychology

Book description: This book introduces the Aristotelian-Thomistic view of the human person to a contemporary audience, and reviews the ways in which this view could provide a philosophically sound foundation for modern psychology. The book presents the current state of psychology and offers critiques of the current philosophical foundations. In its presentation of the fundamental metaphysical commitments of the Aristotelian-Thomistic view, it places the human being within the broader understanding of the world.

For more information about this work in Kindle and hardcover editions, go to:

The International Society for Biosemiotic Studies announces:

Publication of a virtual issue of the International Society for Biosemiotic Studies in honor of Jesper Hoffmeyer is now available for download at:

The Center for the Study of The Great Ideas proudly announces publication by Center Senior Fellow, technology entrepreneur and copyright attorney Bob Kohn, of How to Build a Friendly Robot A philosophical Novel, especially dedicated to Mortimer J. Adler

Book description:

Bob Kohn has written a tight, energetic novel that brings to the forefront the joy of reading Issac Asimov. Not only does “How to Build A Friendly Robot,” thoroughly entertain, but it educates and raises important philosophical, technical and legal issues regarding artificial intelligence and how these future beings will interact with humans.

Bob has done his homework. Check out the bibliography and you’ll understand the value of his novel that is centered around the drama of the awakening of consciousness in a new being, and philosophy and technology. The fact that Bob is a legal scholar only adds to the logic and legal consequences of dealing with artificial intelligent beings when they become aware of themselves and the inconsistencies of humans.

This book needs to be read by those who want to be part of the discussion of how we, as a species, are going to deal with beings who can out think and perform us, and what rights, if any, they will have. And, what we’re going to do when they demand those rights. Pulling the plug will neither work nor be an option.

For more information about this book based upon work for which Mortimer Adler had presented Bob Kohn with a top prize for his solution to a philosophical problem that lies at the heart of this philosophical novel, go to:


The Institute of Catholic Theology and the Franciscan University of Steubenville announces:

Applications are now open for undergraduate and graduate certificates in apologetics at:

The 15th International Conference on Communication and Media Studies announces its annual meeting:

Topic: "The Data Galaxy: The Un-Making of Typographic Man?"

Dates: 01–02 October 2020

Location: University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Proposals are now being accepted at:

Peter A. Redpath announces his return to work with Brill Publishing as a member of the Editorial Board in the Philosophy and Religion (PAR) Special Series

For information about the PAR series with Brill go to:

Anyone interested in submitting a manuscript for publication in the PAR Special Series should email a letter of inquiry to:

Go to the link immediately below to listen to the recent "Open Door" Podcast discussion about the "Nature of Public Philosophy" led by our colleague Jim Hanink with Mario Ramos-Reyes, Christopher Zendhner, and Peter A. Redpath:

Check out recent radio interviews by our colleagues James Hanink and Mario-Ramos Reyes on the En Route Media WCAT radio show, “The Open Door” at:

Go to the following link to support WCAT radio:

Go to the link immediately below to download the Aquinas School of Leadership School of Economics Studia Gilsoniana Special Series Inaugural Volume: A Return to Pre-Modern Principles of Economic Science:,149

Under the honorary presidency of His Eminence Rev. Luis Cardinal Ladaria Ferrer (Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith), the Pontifical Academy of St. Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic Institute of the Angelicum announce the Eleventh International Thomistic Congress:

Congress theme: "Vetera novis augere: The resources of the Thomistic tradition in the current context"

Dates: 21 25 September 2020

Location: Rome, Italy

Congress details:

Anyone wishing to take part in the work of the Congress (teachers, researchers, doctoral students) is cordially invited to propose a paper (25-30 minutes maximum, strictly). The full text or an expanded abstract of the presentation (between 1500 and 2000 characters, spaces included) should be sent to the following address: before April 15, 2020. Please indicate the workshop (session section) in which this communication could take place (see the lists above under Afternoon Workshops, for each day). The response (acceptance/refusal) of the organizers will be communicated before 30 June 2020. The text of the accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of the Congress.

For more information, go to:

Announcing a "Call for Papers" for 2 official University Journals at the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin (KUL)

1) Roczniki Kulturoznawcze (Annals of Cultural Studies) is a quarterly, interdisciplinary, cultural journal

For more information, see:

Also, contact the Editor, Prof. Imelda Chłodna-Błach at:

2) Zeszyty Naukowe KUL (Kul Scientific Notebooks) is an interdisciplinary, scientific journal specializing in the role of values, conflict of values, and their transformations and impact on multicultural societies of Central and Eastern Europe. The main purpose of the Journal is to present research about the identification and description of values as factors of fundamental importance for the functioning of modern societies, their legal and political systems, and their impact on social communication.

For more information, see:

Also, contact the Editor, Prof. Robert Kryński at:

Our colleague Fran O'Rourke announces that the website for the Symposium Thomisticum V is now up at:

Topic: "Aquinas on Action"

Dates: 04–06 June 2020

Location: Cracow, Poland

For more information, contact Fran O'Rourke at:

Also, see the following link for information about 2 recent publications by Symposium authors:

The Institute of Catholic Theology in Phoenix, AZ, announces that its Spring 2020 All-Access Pass is now available at the link immediately below:

AND announces a Lenten Spiritual Life Conference:

Date: 21 March 2020

Time: 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M.

Location: St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2312 East Campbell Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85016, USA

For more conference information, go to:

A reminder from the Society for Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy for the SMRP 2020 Inaugural Conference:

Dates: 30 September–October 2020

Location: University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Ind.

For more conference information, go to:

The Thomistic Institute in Washington, D.C. announces:

Registration is now open for its five major summer conferences of 2020 (details and registration links for each are below):

1. The TI’s oldest and biggest event: Thomistic Philosophy Workshop– this year’s theme is Aquinas on Knowledge, Truth and Wisdom

2. The Civitas Dei Summer Fellowship: Faith, Reason, and the State

3. The Thomistic Philosophy and Natural Science Symposium: Chance and Indeterminacy in the Natural World

4. 2020 Student Leadership Conference will gather the leaders of our campus chapters, on The Catholic Intellectual Vocation

5. Annual Conference for Priests: The Future of Marriage

Our colleague Aaron Martin, Chair of the Diocese of Phoenix’s Ethics in Ministry Board, announces a new practice area for his Martin Law & Mediation firm to handle investigations for dioceses, schools, and religious orders. For more information about the scope of this practice, see:

The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) is pleased to announce:

Associate Professor Laura Rudolph Cloud (Michigan State University, USA) and Professor Jorge Sidney Coli (Universida de Estadual de Campinas [UNICAMP], Brazil) have accepted our invitation to speak at the 11th Annual International Conference on Visual and Performing Arts, 8-11 June 2020, Athens, Greece.

For more information about this and other ATINER conferences, go to:

Dr. Zoe Boutsioli, Vice President of Publications Athens Institute for Education and Research reports that: 1) 2020 marks the silver anniversary of ATINER: 25 years of non-Euclidean improvement!; 2) many things that can be done. 2547 members from 117 countries and many more academics who volunteered in the reviewing process of ATINER'S 14 eJournals (started publishing them in 2014) is a good base to build a better publication outlet for the world academic community. Dr. Boutsioli invites contributions to this process by (a) submitting some of your good academic papers to be considered for publication which involves no cost; (b) help ATINER with the review process; (c) contribute to our annual conferences with a presentation (it does involve costs on your part); and (d) inform your colleagues including graduate students about ATINER.

In addition, this anniversary year ATINER is organizing two special events: (a) a small Symposium on Philoxenia (Saturday, 07 March 2020) and (b) a Workshop on Democracy (13-14 July 2020).

Announcing the 13th Global Studies Conference

Location: Concordia University, Montreal, Canada

Dates: 04–05 June 2020

Special 2020 Conference theme focus: "Globilization and Social Movements: Familiar Patterns, New Constellations?"

For more information, go to:

Vrin Publishers announces that the first volume of the edited Oeuvres Completes of Étienne Gilson: Un Philosophe Dans La Cite. 1908-1943 (Bibliotheque Des Textes Philosophiques) (French Edition) (French) Paperback–as of 26 November 2019

by Etienne Gilson (Author), Florian Michel (Editor)

Volume description:

Ce premier volume des OEuvres completes rassemble plus de cent-quinze textes publies par Etienne Gilson entre 1908 et 1943, afin de presenter l'ensemble des prises de parole du philosophe sur son actualite. Il comprend le volume Pour un ordre catholique (1934), les articles politiques que Gilson redige dans la presse nationale et confessionnelle, les entretiens, les conferences pedagogiques, les interventions publiques sur les intellectuels, les professeurs d'Universite ou les hommes de lettres contemporains. On trouvera egalement le cours ou Gilson examine avec acuite le phenomene totalitaire (automne 1933), ouvrant la voie au volume sur Les metamorphoses de la Cite de Dieu de 1952. Ce n'est qu'en filigrane que l'on percevra dans ce volume l'erudition du professeur de philosophie medievale. Ces opera minora ne sont pas secondaires cependant: nombreuses, precises et riches, comme des miniatures, elles dessinent un portrait neuf et revelent un itineraire intellectuel singulier et meconnu.

See, also, these recent works related to Gilson published by Vrin:

1) Étienne Gilson, Une biographie intellectuelle et politique, byy Florian Michel, at:

2) L'esprit de la philosophie médiévale, at:

3) Le thomisme. Introduction à la philosophie de saint Thomas d'Aquin, at:

4) Introduction à la philosophie chrétienne, at:

The International Society of Military Ethics announces its upcoming conference on "Military Ethics in a Grave New World"

Conference theme description:

Increasingly, states are finding ways to use force to achieve strategic goals while staying below triggers for traditional war. The rapidly increasing military capabilities in the areas of cyber warfare, autonomous weapons systems, the application of artificial intelligence to military force, and new weapons such as hypersonic missiles, pose novel ethical challenges addressed poorly at best by previously settled frameworks for military ethics.

ISME 2020 invites paper proposals that address any aspect of this changing environment: e.g., the restructuring of the international system, new weapons and tactics, war in the gray zone of “little green men,” the building of artificial islands in the South China Sea, other jus ad vim issues, employment of "lawfare," strategic encouragement of irredentist aspirations, internment and “re-education” of cultural and religious minorities on vulnerable flanks, interference in elections, and the impact of these phenomena on the health and well-being of military members, veterans, and other citizens.

As always, ISME continues to encourage proposals on any topic in military ethics, even if not directly related to this year's conference theme.

Papers for the International Society of Military Ethics are invited to explore the issues surrounding these topics. Send one-page abstract proposals for papers or suggested panels to program chair Lt Col. Joel Brown, PhD (USAF) at

Dates: 29–30 July 2020

Location: Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs; USAF Academy

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Proposals/abstracts are due by 31 January 2020. Participants will be notified before 1 March 2019.

For more information, go to:

The Benedict XVI Institute announces the Funding Patrons Dinner for its Truth, Beauty and Goodness Project:

Dates: 17 SeptemberJ2020

Location: Salesforce Tower, 415 Mission St, San Francisco, California, 94105, USA

For more information, go to:

Announcing a Call for Proposals for the 15th International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

Dates: 20–22 July 2020

Topic: "Reflecting on Community Building: Ways of Creating and Transmitting Heritage"

Location:National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Athens, Greece

For more Conference information, go to:

Announcing the Annual Aristotle Conference at Marquette University:

Topic: "Causality and Causation in Aristotle and the Aristotelian Tradition"

Dates: 22–24 June 2020

Location: Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

For details about any of the above conferences, contact Professor Owen Goldin at:; or phone: 414-288-5949.

The American Maritain Association announces its 43rd annual conference

Topic: "Whose Thomism? Which Tradition?"

Dates: 05–24 March 2020

Location: Pittsburgh, Pa.

Co-sponsoring organizations: Franciscan University and the Byzantine Catholic Seminary of SS. Cyril and Methodius

For more Conference information, go to:; also see,

Announcing the Metaphysical Society of America 2020 annual conference

Theme: “Nature and its Meanings”

In 2020, the 70th anniversary of its founding, the theme of the Metaphysical Society of America’s annual meeting will be “Nature and its Meanings.”

Location: College of the Holy Cross (Worcester, Massachusetts)

Dates: 19 to 22 March 2020

Please register by 01 March 2020, especially if you wish to guarantee your banquet reservation. It will be a buffet with a meatless option. If, for dietary reasons, you require a special meal, please email our presiding President, Larry Cahoone, directly:

Membership payments and registration for the conference can be done on the website:

For more Conference information, see:

Announcing a “Call for Papers” for the Mount Holyoke Summer Philosophy Conference

Details: The MHSPC is a three-day, pre-read, workshop-style conference on the Mount Holyoke College campus in South Hadley, Massachusetts.

Everyone in the world is invited to submit a paper, or to volunteer to be a commentator or session chair, but conference attendance is limited to those on the conference program (and also to members of the conference program committee, the assistant conference organizers, and members of the MHC philosophy department). This is partly due to funding and logistical constraints, and partly due to the fact that the MHSPC is a workshop-style conference that involves in-depth discussions of works-in-progress.

Dates: 21–21 June 2020

Location: Department of Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachusetts

For more information: See the MHSPC Call for Papers at:

See the link below to recently-published book by our colleague Jorge J. E. Gracia:

*Title: With a Diamond in My Shoe: A Philosopher's Search for Identity in America

The intellectual autobiography of a leading figure in the field of Latin American philosophy

Author: Jorge J. E. Gracia

Publisher: SUNY Series: Latin American and Iberian Thought and Culture


See the link below to a soon-to-be available book by our colleague Jason Morgan:

*Title: Law and Society in Imperial Japan: Suuhiro Izutaro and the Search for Equity

Publisher: Cambria Press

Use the coupon code BOOKS20 to save on all Telos Press Books at the following Telos Press online store:!/Books/c/4186633

See the links immediately below for the C.S. Lewis Society of California, its Book and Film Club Schedule, and its Logos eNewsletter

Go to this link for upcoming Philadelphia-area events sponsored by the International Institute for Culture:

The American Catholic Philosophical Association announces college and university employment opportunities at:

Divine Mercy University, Washington, D.C. announces scholarships available for graduate courses in:

Clinical Psychology, and Counseling

For more information, go to:

See the following link for all upcoming events sponsored by the Thomistic Institute in Washington, D.C.:

Listen to Joseph Fessio, S.J.' s announcement at about the REVOLUTIONARY Angelicum Academy Great Books Program:

"Angelicum Academy at Holy Apostles College"

1) It enables students to acquire an Associate's degree in the Great Books totally online by the end of 12th grade and a Bachelor's degree as little as two years later.

2) Thanks to the agreement between the Angelicum Academy and Holy Apostles College, total tuition cost for the BA degree is under $30,000, while the average total cost of a four-year BA in private colleges is $180,000+.

3) It includes 12 credits of online Theology courses developed for the Angelicum Academy by Fr. Joseph Fessio, S.J.

COLLEGE CREDITS: Angelicum Academy students may earn from 1-75 college credits while home schooling (in grades 9-12) or while in high school, or later. They may earn their accredited Associate’s degree (from Holy Apostles College -requires 60 credits) while in high school or home school (grades 9-12, or later), or they may take individual college-level courses for transfer elsewhere – to other of the hundreds of colleges and universities that accept ACE recommended credits. Students who earn their Associate’s degree while in home school (grades 9-12) or high school, may earn a further 15 credits then as well, enabling them to complete 75 credits towards their accredited bachelor’s degree (requires 120 credits) – that is nearly 2/3rds of their bachelor’s degree, for a fraction of the cost elsewhere.

For more information about this program, see:

The University of South Africa and the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin Thomistic Studies Research Doctoral Programs:

The University of South Africa in Pretoria has an online research doctoral program (PhD) in Philosophy that includes Thomistic Studies. The Aquinas School of Leadership in the US is helping to promote this program for students contemplating, or currently, pursuing a graduate Master’s degree in Thomistic Studies and link this degree from the University of South Africa to a follow-up, second Ph. D. degree from the John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin.

The costs of the program include 7,840 South African Rand for the research proposal, which equals $643 US Dollars, then, 15,400 South African Rand per year, which equals $1,263 US Dollars per year. The time limit for completion of the Pretoria program is 6 years.

For information about this program, contact Dr. Peter A. Redpath at:

Announcing CEINDO international doctoral collaboration scholarships

CEINDO collaboration scholarships aim to reward academic achievement and active collaboration with a CEINDO doctoral institution. For these purposes, a tuition scholarship is being offered for each of official doctoral program of CEINDO. CEINDO, or CEU,International School of Doctoral Studies brings together research groups made up of doctors with proven track records in research.

CEINDO’s teaching project focuses on training large groups of researchers specializing in the diverse programs offered by the School. The main goal is to establish a network of internationally renowned researchers. To these ends, all three CEU Universities promote inter-university doctoral programs and foster collaboration among the most prestigious university institutions, enabling trainee researchers to participate in research projects of European and international repute.

For more information about CEINDO, see:

The doctoral program in Humanities for the Contemporary World has three lines: Philosophy, History, and Literature. It is possible to follow this program online with the University Abat Oliba in Barcelona, but knowledge of the Spanish language is required.

For more information about CEINDO, or CEU, doctoral program in Philosophy at the University Abaat Oliba, in Barcelona, Spani, contact Prof. Enrique Martinez at:

The Clarity Fund for the Study of Reason, Moral Law, and Culture, announces its formation and activities here:

The journal Scientia et Fides:

A joint-venture, open-access, online journal published twice a year by the Faculty of Theology of Nicolaus Copernicus University, in Torun, Poland, in collaboration with the Group of Research “Science, Reason, and Faith” [CRYF], at the University of Navarra seeks rigorous research works regarding different aspects of the relationship between science and religion. SetF articles are not confined to the methodology of a single discipline and may cover a wide range of topics, provided that the interdisciplinary dialogue between science and religion is tackled. The Journal accepts articles written in English, Spanish, Polish, French, Italian, and German, which will be evaluated by a peer-review process.

For further information about publishing articles in SetF, see:

Check out the following terrific links for locating works by St. Thomas Aquinas:

Follow the progress of, and help to complete, the Latin-English edition of the Opera Omnia of St. Thomas Aquinas by going to:

Check out the following site as a great resource tool: Library Genesis

You can download scholarly works to your computer, bookmark them, read them from the computer, send them to a printer, etc.

For example, immediately below are offerings related to Mortimer J. Adler and St. Thomas Aquinas:

Adler offerings:[]=author

Aquinas offerings:

You can download them to your computer, bookmark them and read them from the computer, send them to a printer, etc.

Some YouTube Videos from past annual Aquinas Leadership International World Congresses are available for viewing

To view these videos, go to the following link on the Aquinas School of Leadership's "Events" menu:

Aquinas School of Philosophy Site: Rich in Resources Related to St. Thomas

For anyone interested in studying, or teaching courses on, St. Thomas, the Aquinas School of Philosophy site offers a wealth of educational information you might want to check out. See:

Also, see a list of thought-provoking articles by Aquinas School of Philosophy founder Dr. Dennis Bonnette at this site:

Support the work of the Benedict XVI Institute here:

Check out the following link for latest offerings from the Liberty Fund:

Check out the following link for Journey Film's "An American Conscience: The Reinhold Niebuhr Story"

The International Étienne Gilson Society, Studia Gilsoniana

—The IEGS again congratulates Fr. Pawel Tarasiewicz and his Editorial Staff for the exceptionally high quality of the recent issue of the Studia Gilsoniana journal. Go to this link to see the latest issues for 2019:,145,149

If you are not yet a member of the IEGS, please consider joining to support our ongoing work. If you are a member and have not yet paid your annual dues, please do so.

See the following link to join or pay dues:,4

See the following link to make a donation to the work of the IEGS:,2

Check out new publications from Public Philosophy Press:

Check new publications from En Route Books & Media, St. Augustine's Press, and Ignatius Press at:

Ignatius Press announces a special screening of: The Divine Plan (an incredible true drama involving the assassination attempts of President Reagan and Pope John Paul II, KGB scheming, and CIA intrigue that became the final act to topple the Soviet Empire).

For more information about bringing The Divine Plan to your church, school, of hall, go to: or contact Diane Hanson toll free at: 1-866-431-1531, ext. 5; or, directly at: 734-435-1973; or email

Check out the Jason Morgan website for news about public appearances, book publications, and reviews:

From The Center for the Study of The Great Ideas to give someone a present of a membership in the Center, see:

Contact Peter Redpath


to post information on the Center’s blogspot:

Please forward the above information to anyone you think might find it of interest!

Attachments area

Preview YouTube video Video Defense English V3

Video Defense English V3

No comments:

Post a Comment