Now available at online as part of the 2018 ACPA Proceedings is an article of mine, “Is Personal Dignity Possible Only If We Live in a Cosmos?” A preprint version for personal use is available here. The abstract follows: The… Read More ›
Philosophy of Nature
One of the ongoing cooperative projects I’m involved with is the translation of Juan Eduardo Carreño’s 2017 book, La filosofía tomista ante el hecho de la evolución del viviente corpóreo: Consideraciones metodológicas y conceptuales para una integración, or in its… Read More ›
Over at Thomistica.net one can find my short review of Edward Feser’s Aristotle’s Revenge. The review is overall very positive. I hope to elaborate on some points of criticism of particulars of the book and its approach in later blog-posts.
A paper of mine, “Is Aristotelian-Thomistic Natural Philosophy Still Relevant to Cosmology?” has been accepted for presentation at the upcoming 2019 conference of the American Catholic Philosophical Association. The meeting’s theme is “A Perennial Philosophy of Nature.” You can download… Read More ›
Just out in the journal Scientia et Fides is the first part of a three-part review essay, which I coauthored with Geoffrey Woollard, of Naturaleza creativa. The abstract of this first installment follows: The short monograph Creative Nature (Francisco Javier Novo, Rubén Pereda,… Read More ›
Over at Public Discourse is a new essay of mine, “A Natural Philosopher’s Lament.” An excerpt from the essay: There already exists a tradition of natural philosophy, originating with Aristotle and his medieval commentators. Just as a Thomistic natural law theory still… Read More ›