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Aristotele’s Relativity Theory

Philosophy of Nature Corse: Aristotle on Space and Time Prof. Fulvio Di Blasi Class: Aristotele's Relativity Theory The concept of time is very similar to the...

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Class 13: The Constitution: A Summary View

Political Science Course on "Basic Principles of the Original American Constitution" Taught by Dr. Christopher Wolfe CLASS 13: "The Constitution: A Summary View" To tie up our...

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The Empty Appetite

Fulvio Di Blasi discusses "The Empty Appetite" It is well-known that Aquinas, following Aristotle, distinguishes between the sensitive and intellectual appetites in man. He grounds...

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Plato and Aristotle Among the Theologians

In this short video, Dr. Giuseppe Girgenti talks about the theological insights of Plato and Aristotle. When we hear the term theology, we immediately think about...

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The Acting Intellect: No Pretending Involved

Fulvio Di Blasi explains why Aristotle and St. Thomas claimed that there is in us an acting intellect. The acting intellect is one of the...

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How Aristotle Escaped the River

In this short video Dr. David O'Connor talks about Aristotle's solution to the question of motion. How Aristotle Escaped the River. Are we really stuck...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Classical Moral Philosophy

In this lecture Fr. Robert Gahl talks about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Classical Moral Philosophy. Developments in psychotherapy and psychology (CBT) show a tremendous convergence with...

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Concupiscence

Theology Course: "Foundations of the Catholic Faith" Taught by Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi CLASS 14: Concupiscence The term “concupiscence” indicates a strong or intense desire....

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Friendship and Married Life

In this video Fr. Robert Gahl talks about Friendship and Married Life Fr. Robert Gahl is an Associate Professor of Ethics at the Pontifical University of the...

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Who Can Tame the Soul’s Horses?

In this short video Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi talks about the parts of the soul in Aristotle and in Plato's Chariot Allegory In his dialogue Phaedrus,...

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