Wednesday, November 12, 2008


I previously linked to a YouTube video with Ralph McInerny discussing Thomas and Aristotle. It turns out that there is a whole channel, with over 60 videos, of which it was a part. It's McInerny's International Catholic University project; he explains his intention for it here. There's lots of good things here, although most of it seems to be teasers for courses. For instance, the beginning of the course on Kierkegaard and Newman (by McInerny); Philosophy of Nature (by Wallace, best known for his historical work on Galileo's philosophical background); Moral Theology (by Romanus Cessario) and so forth. You can find the self-study courses for which these are the lectures at the 'Courses for Self-Study' link at the ICU link.

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