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The Walking Will

Fulvio Di Blasi discusses "The Walking Will" Saint Thomas Aquinas says that the intellect is to reason as the will is to the free will,...

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The Appetitive Power

Moral Philosophy Course: Thomas Aquinas' Theory of Action Taught by Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi CLASS 4: The Appetitive Power   Fulvio Di Blasi explains the distinction...

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Patience: The Gateway to All Virtues

In this video Fr. Robert Gahl talks about Patience: The Gateway to All Virtues. St. Thomas Aquinas says that patience allows us to remove the obstacles...

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Class 3: The Five Powers of the Soul

Moral Philosophy Course: Thomas Aquinas' Theory of Action Taught by Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi CLASS 3: The Five Powers of the Soul In the question 77 of...

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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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The Altruism of the Will

Fulvio Di Blasi explains the ultimate difference between intellect and will according to Saint Thomas Aquinas. The Altruism of the Will. How can we distinguish...

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But Is the Intellect Possible?

Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi explains what is meant by the term"possible intellect" But Is the Intellect Possible? The term "possible intellect" may appear obscure not only to...

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Class 2: The Acts and the Powers of the Soul

Moral Philosophy Course: Thomas Aquinas' Theory of Action Taught by Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi CLASS 2: The Acts and the Powers of the Soul The...

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Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi, Director of the Thomas International Center

Ellen White, Divine Mercy Radio Network, interviews Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi, Director of the Thomas International Center. Fulvio Di Blasi is a philosopher expert in...

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Happy as Aquinas or Ethical as Kant?

Dr. Fulvio Di Blasi explains why happiness, understood as the ultimate end of moral life, is not a hedonistic concept. Can we try to be happy...

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