This is the blog of the faculty of the Ave Maria University Philosophy Department. We post our philosophical reflections on perennial and contemporary questions as well as on Departmental and University news and other topics of interest.
This is the latest volume of the Leonine Commission’s editions of Aquinas’s works. The publisher is Les Editions du cerf. Vol. 44, 1 contains Aquinas’s sermons. Check out Mark Johnson’s post on it at Thomistica.net.
It’s true that seventh anniversaries are not usually thought of as special. And, to be honest, I do not think that I have ever marked an anniversary of the implementation of Summorum Pontificum before, although had it occurred to me, as it should have, I would have.
If you are interested in the academic study of mediaeval thought, you might be glad to know that the first 14 volumes (1926-1945) of the Archives d’histoire doctrinale et littéraire du Moyen Âge are available for free online. Check out my post at Thomistica.net.
I just came across two different interviews with the British philosopher Mary Midgley. Both took place over lunch in her kitchen, one in late March and the other in early April. The first is with Andrew Anthony of The Guardian and the second is with Peter Aspden of the Financial Times.