PHILOSOPHY OF NATURE

Despite being a part of philosophy profoundly neglected by the modern academy, the philosophy of nature is both an essential component of the traditional order of learning and a science which every well educated man must possess within his soul. In this course, we shall study the principles and properties of mobile being as such at the feet of two master teachers, Aristotle and St. Thomas Aquinas.

Course
Materials

PHIL 400

Course Schedule:
Eight consecutive Thursdays starting September 10th and ending October 29th, 2020

5:30pm Pacific Time
8:30pm Eastern Time

Texts Required for Purchase:

Physics, or Natural Hearing by Aristotle (Glen Coughlin, trans.) https://www.amazon.com/Physics-Natural-Hearing-Moerbeke-Translation/dp/1587316293

About Instructor

David Arias

Dr. David Arias is a professor of philosophy at Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary in Denton, NE. Prior to coming to Nebraska, Dr. Arias taught philosophy, theology, natural science, mathematics, literature, and various other subjects for eleven years at Thomas Aquinas College in Santa Paula, CA. Dr. Arias has published in both scholarly and popular venues. His main areas of scholarly interest are natural philosophy and metaphysics. On a more personal note, Dr. Arias is happily married to Jennaya Arias and together they are the blessed parents of thirteen children (nine boys and four girls).

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  • Course Certificate