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Ancient Wisdom and Thomistic Wit: Happiness and the Good Life

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This book provides essential tools to the beginning student of Thomistic thought, allowing him to tackle complex issues in a pleasant and engaging way. It is also an excellent resource for teachers hoping to bring the subject matter to life for their students.

"I have often encountered, both with young students and adults, the difficulty of making them understand the existential meaning, so to speak, of the technical notions of moral philosophy...In my teaching experience, there is no concept, though sophisticated and difficult, that cannot be easily explained even to very young students or to people who have no background knowledge of the scientific field to which that concept belongs." (from the Author's Introduction)

This book acts as an excellent tool for teachers and studends alike, allowing them to tackle complex issues (ultimate end, virtue, object of moral act, judgment of conscience, duty, practical truth, reason etc) in a pleasent and engaging way.

"[Fulvio Di Blasi] may be one of the two or three best young catholic philosophers in the world today." (Ralph McInerny, 2004), From Aristotle to Thomas Aquinas Natural Law, Practical Knoledge, and the Person (2017)

Fulvio Di Blasi is an Italian attorney and international scholar expert in moral philosophy and natural law theory. He is the Director of the Thomas International Online University. He has a Ph.D. in Philosophy of Law from the University of Palermo, and has taught in several universities both in Europe and in America. His books include, God and the Natural Law (2003), John Finnis (2008), Ritorno al diritto (2009), and Questioni di Legge Naturale (2009).

Trade paperback. 160 pgs.
ISBN: 9781981594047
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Ancient Wisdom and Thomistic Wit: Happiness and the Good Life