Emeritus Professor Stephen Schwartz explains how all kinds of knowledge have been presented at universities, yet wisdom has been on the decline.
Prof. Jim Gaston explores the essential aspects of common culture and the dominant aspects of cultural change with special reference to Christopher Dawson.
Dr. Iain Benson attacks “values language” in contemporary culture and education, and explains its connection to means, ends, and subjectivising morality.
In this presentation, Dr Brendan Triffett explores the complementarity of the two sexes in their differences, as well as an ontology of peace.
Dr Conor Sweeney explores the topic of marriage and gender from a baptismal and sacramental hermeneutic.
Sophie York provides an overview of marriage in the context of history, marriage in Australia, and the worldwide experience of marriage redefinition.
Fr Richard Umbers explains Pope Francis’ theology on gender in the context of feminist, Marxist and post-structuralist writers.