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Talking Thomism brings you a mix of philosophical lectures and stimulating discussions and interviews from the Center for Thomistic Studies at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, TX. The Center is the only graduate program in the United States uniquely dedicated to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. Information about the Center can be at stthom.edu/CTS. For the news and updates about events, like us on Facebook: facebook.com/thomisticstudies.
 
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Professor of Political Science at the University of St. Thomas Dr. Christopher Wolfe joins us this week for an episode on politics. Dr. Wolfe, apropos of the debate, centering on the term "integralism", over the proper relation between church and state, suggests that looking to the thought of George Washington, our first president, may help us to r…
 
Join us for a colloquium with Dr. George Sher! Dr. Sher is a professor of philosophy at the nearby Rice University, and he gives us in this episode an argument that only actions, not thoughts, can be vicious.This paper, "Vicious Thoughts", was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies on October 11th, 2019.About the Center for Thomistic Studies:The…
 
We are happy to welcome Dr. Nathan Smith, who teaches at Houston Community College, to our Colloquium Series this semester. This episode features his paper on Descartes, in which he investigates Descartes' mathematical method and the implications of that method for Descartes' idea of what corporeal beings are.This paper, "How Descartes' Method of D…
 
Join us for a Colloquium with Dr. Steven Peña! Dr. Peña, who received his PhD from the Center for Thomistic Studies, and now teaches philosophy at San Jacinto College, speaks here on "Marx, MacIntyre and Metahistory".This paper was given on October 4th, 2019.About the Center for Thomistic Studies:The Center for Thomistic Studies, located at the Uni…
 
Center professor Dr. Christopher Martin is the author of this week's colloquium paper. The subject is the difficult concept of the "self": how the self can be identified, what ensures its continuity, and to what degree it can be identified with the soul.This paper, "The Self and the Soul: Aquinas, Ascombe and Authority", was given at the Center for…
 
We are happy to have Dr. Jennifer Frey with us for another episode of our Colloquium series. Dr. Frey is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of South Carolina, and she speaks here on Elizabeth Anscombe's little-understood writings on the concept of intention. Her paper is entitled "Aquinas and Anscombe on Action" and was given at…
 
Dr. R. Edward Houser, professor emeritus of philosophy at the Center for Thomistic Studies, gives in this episode his paper "The Metaphysics of Aquinas and Avicenna". In it, he traces the influence of the Arabic philosopher on Aquinas' thought.This talk was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies on October 25, 2019.About the Center for Thomistic…
 
Join us for a colloquium with Dr. Robert Koons! Dr. Koons is a professor of philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin, and he speaks here about the implications of quantum mechanics for our understanding of matter in natural substances.This paper was given at the Center for Thomistic Studies, at the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas,…
 
This episode features Dr. John Nieto. Dr. Nieto earned his PhD in philosophy from Notre Dame University and teaches at Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, CA. In his paper, "Aristotle's Identification of Substance and Action in God as Subsisting Goodness," Dr. Nieto gives a detailed examination of Aristotle's statements about God in Metaphysics …
 
We are happy to welcome back Dr. Gaston LeNotre for his second appearance on Talking Thomism! Dr. LeNotre is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Dominican University College in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. He earned his PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. In his paper "Can Thomas' Account of Individuation Su…
 
Please be sure to subscribe to Talking Thomism on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher and leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts!Show Notes: In this episode, the Center brings you Sr. Albert Marie Surmanski, OP PhD(University of St. Thomas)presenting a paper titled "Hunger and Thirst: Suffering for Christ in Sts. Catherine of Siena …
 
Please be sure to subscribe to Talking Thomism on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher and leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts!Show Notes: In this episode, the Center brings you Dr. Thomas Harmon (University of St. Thomas)presenting a paper titled "Pleasant to read, rather than potent to persuade: St. Augustine on the Platonic div…
 
Please be sure to subscribe to Talking Thomism on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or Stitcher and leave us a five star review on Apple Podcasts!Show Notes: In this episode, the Center brings you Dr. Christopher J. Wolfe(University of St. Thomas)presenting a paper titled "Looking for the Common Good in our Republic: Considering Some Objections from…
 
In this episode, the Center brings you Dr. Steven Delay (Wake Forest University)presenting a paper titled "Jean-Yves Lacoste: From Being-in-the-World to Living-Before-God." This paper is adapted from Dr. Delay's recent book "Phenomenology in France: A Philosophical and Theological Introduction" (Routledge, 2018).Dr. Delay earned his MA in philosoph…
 
Dr. Thomas Ball is an independent scholar and a co-founder and co-owner of Sacristy Press(Durham, UK). Dr. Ball earned his PhD in the History of Political Thought at Durham University. In his paper "The Good, The Bad, and The Sinful: Fine Lines and Grey Areas in the Extended Writings of Anselm of Canterbury," Dr. Ball provides a robust account of A…
 
In this episode, we will hear Dr. Brian Carl present his paper "The Multiplicity of Divine Attributes in Albert the Great and Thomas Aquinas." Dr. Carl is a member of the Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies, where he is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy.This talk was given at the Center for Thomistic…
 
This episode features Dr. Brian Kemple (Fellow at the Center for the Study of Digital Life) speaking on "Interpretation and Traditions: An Intersection for Semiotics, Phenomenology, and Thomism." In this talk, Dr. Kemple addresses how the insights of Peirce, Heidigger, and Thomas can be used to understand how we interpret the truth. The talk draws …
 
Brian Jones (Ph.D. Candidate at the Center for Thomistic Studies) presents his paper "Is the Enlightenment Working? Considerations from Alexis de Tocqueville." In light of recent defenses (e.g. Steven Pinker's "Enlightenment Now!", Jonah Goldberg's "Suicide of the West") and critiques (Patrick Deneen's "Why Liberalism Failed") of enlightenment libe…
 
Dr. Gaston LeNotre is an independent scholar who earned his PhD in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. In his paper "Aquinas on the Different Problems of Individuation," Dr. LeNotre addresses issues concerning the principle of individuation in St. Thomas. He provides a thorough overview of St. Thomas' writings on h…
 
Dr. Turner Nevitt is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of San Diego. In his talk "How to Be an Analytic Existential Thomist," Dr. Nevitt defends the Thomistic doctrine that existence is a real property against traditional critiques by analytic philosophers. Nevitt argues that, besides Aquinas' own arguments, there are solid ana…
 
The Center for Thomistic Studies is the only graduate program in the United States uniquely dedicated to the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas. Information about the Center can be at stthom.edu/CTS. For the news and updates about events, like us on Facebook: facebook.com/thomisticstudies.Talks from our Colloquium Series can be found on our podcast feed…
 
Dr. Steven Jensen is a Professor of Philosophy at the University of St. Thomas, Houston and the chair of the Center for Thomistic Studies. In his paper, titled "Sophisticated Alienation," Dr. Jensen provides a critique of so-called "sophisticated consequentialism," which has been advanced by consequentialist philosophers to overcome the problem of …
 
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