Forthcoming paper at the ACPA

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 the presentation draft of the paper here. The paper’s abstract: Do advances in the natural … Continue reading Forthcoming paper at the ACPA

Can Aquinas’ Cosmos Still Be Our Cosmos?

When returning to learn from the great thinkers of the past, especially with an eye for what they can contribute to our discernment of what the modern age claims as true or to be believed, a balance must be struck so that, on the one hand, the truth from prior ages is not so emaciated … Continue reading Can Aquinas’ Cosmos Still Be Our Cosmos?

Ah, to Live in a Cosmos Again!

The folks over at Church Life Journal at the University of Notre Dame are publishing a special series during September on the relationship between science and religion. The series especially focuses on “the demise of the conflictual model of science and religion.” All of the posts in the series can be found through this link, and my … Continue reading Ah, to Live in a Cosmos Again!