Archbishop Julian Porteous leads us in a reflection on the purpose of the Human Person and offers insights from his own ‘mid-life crisis’.
Dr Gary Johns speaks about the postmodern culture and how it has influenced the contemporary world, and the idea of shaping one’s identity in relation to race and culture.
Alex Sidhu reflects on some of the dangerous trends occurring in education, inherited from Enlightenment epistemology.
Dr Paul Morrissey explores the dimensions of wisdom and what it means to be wise according to St Thomas Aquinas.
Dr Julie Rimes explores how our learning communities seek to provide an education for a good future and a good life for everyone.
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.